I had mine done last week and it was absolutly fine, i joked with the nurse that i wish my period pains were like the hsg as i didnt feel anything at all! it was pretty much like a smear, it felt a little warm (odd feeling i dont know how to describe it) when the put the catherter in, but apart from that, i felt nothing. there were loads of people in the room well about 5, that embarrased me a bit... but i guess i have to get used to people looking at my lady bits!
Hello Ladies. Thanks for your amazing replies! I was due to have a HSG on Thursday (2 Days ago) But I came on my period last Saturday! The reason I was booked in for Thursday was because I hadn't had a period since December so they told me to come in on Thursday and do a pregnancy test before hand. HOWEVER because I did come on my period 2 days after booking the appointment they said I would only be 6 days into my cycles and the HSG had to be performed between 8-15....SO I have to wait now until the first day of my next period in March (Which I know wont show up as I ALWAYS miss a month) then phone them and see if they have anything available if not I will have to try the following month!!!I need this done before the 17th of April as thats when my next appointment with FS is and I was hoping to be ATLEAST prescribed with metformin or Clomid then!! so fed up! In the past week Ive had TWO dreams that I had a little boy...not to mention the amount of dreams I have had previously about me having a child! Feels terrible when you actually wake up and realise that you aren't a mother its an actual dream, especially when you remember saying in your dream "This is what it feels like to be a mummy" Even in my dream I had been struggling to conceive!
Ah! I wish I had of read all these replies before I got mind! I was SO worked up before I got mine back in December! I had heard it was painful!
I went in there nervous as heck (making nervous jokes to the doctor, nurses and technicians..."Anyone want some popcorn before the show starts?" They didn't find it as funny as I did!)
But mine was a piece of cake (mmm...cake...)! As uncomfortable as a pap smear, over in seconds and very minimal cramping! I did take tons of ibruprofen beforehand though! Maybe that was my saving grace!
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