Has anyone had a really painfull and heavy period after having a hsg scan?? i had my scan done 4 weeks ago (everything was clear). the scan itself was very painfull and i had light bleeding the two days after it. af arrived 5 days ago but i've been so sick with it. i usually have quite light period with dark blood and mild cramping that lasts about 3 days however this one was so painfull it had me awake at night, its extremely heavy and bright red blood (sorry if tmi) and i'm currently on day 5. i've been taking pain killers to ease the cramping which i've never done before. i had taken clomid at start of my last cycle and when i went for 12 day scan (which was 3 days after hsg) nurse said i'd a cyst probabally caused by hsg so i didn't trigger and had failed cycle of clomid. just wondering if this maybe has anything to do with my horrible af or has anyone experienced anything like this before?
The cyst was most likely caused by Clomid. the heavier AF was probably from the HSG opening your cervix up which allowed more blood to flow through. clomid can make periods heavier and more painful too.
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