Hello everyone, I am 38 years old and have never been pregnant or really ready for that matter. I am now COMPLETELY READY and have started to see a doctor about my issue. I have had to take all the STD testing and yesterday I had an ultra sound done to see how many follicles I have on my ovaries. I have 6 total...not spectacular but still able to conceive so far...I have an HSG scheduled for Thursday (March 29, 2012) which will be Day 5 of my period. I have read on the internet that you CANNOT have an HSG done during your period, however it will be almost over on the day of my HSG. Can anyone tell me if this is okay to go through with the HSG even though I will still have my period for atleast 2 more days when I go through this proceedure. I am struggling for an answer and even called the nurse who scheduled this for me and she told me that as long as I am not in "Heavy Flow" at that time then its okay. Im kind of losing my mind about this...SOME ONE PLEASE HELP ME!!!
.I have an HSG scheduled for Thursday (March 29, 2012) which will be Day 5 of my period.
I had an HSG done in January and I was told the important thing was that it had to between your period and when you ovulate so I guess they are erring on the side of caution and doing it earlier rather than later.
Hope that helps xxx
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