I am suprised they booked you for a HSG on 11 dpo. My dr wouldnt even schedule me until the 1st day of AF. They told me they only do them between cd5-cd10.. They dont want to mess with your chance of pregnancy.
They did mine at cd13. The earlier in the cycle the better, but if you are later in the cycle, they tell you to obstain so that they know you aren't preggo and they don't risk moving an embryo outside of the uterus.
I had my hsg done yesterday and it was painful for me. I am not going to lie i normally can handle it but it was painful for about a few minutes and then it isn't bad. I bled for about 3-4 hours. We last night and it didn't hurt at all. My tubes were good they said. SO good luck!
I had my second HSG this past October and I guess everyone is different because it was uncomfortable but I can't say that it hurt.
I was also put on antibiotics and then a suppository to prevent a yeast infection after the antibiotics were done.
and yes, I have heard of many stories of girls concieving 1-3 months after the procedure so your chances are good.
I feel like the HSG really messed with this cycle. I had mine on 3/12. They say you'll have the dye coming out for a day or 2 but mine lasted over a week. The DR said the everything was perfectly clear and no issues. I was still taking OPK and I had 2 I thought were positive and they came on CD14. I had to go on a trip and so DH and I started BD every other day since I thought I already O'd. Then I started having O symptoms 2-3 days later. FF finally said I O'd on day 17 but Im still having somewhat EWCM. I do not know whats going on. Now I am afraid I missed my chance as we didnt bd the day before or the day after O. Anyone else have anything like this??
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