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Bleeding After Hysterosalpingogram
Possibly pregnant: Most hysterosalpingograms (hsg) are done for infertility. The patient should be instructed to schedule the hsg before the 10th day of the menstrual cycle . To avoid the bleeding which may cause difficulty in performing and interpretation, the hsg is optimally done on day 5 through 10. The hsg could disrupt a fetus if an early pregnancy develops during the later more fertile dates of the cycle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It means a test to determine the countour of the uterine cavity and whether to tubes are open. It's part of an infertility work up, and also used to check for uterine polyps or fibroids. It's usually performed in a radiologists office wihout anesthesia. If the physician injects the dye slowly ...Read more
Can do hysterosalpingogram mor than one time and after what taime i can repeat it and is ther any other test i can do insted to see if my tuop is open?
Yes: Talk to OB doctor. It is always individualized. ...Read more
Unusual: Likely nothing emergently wrong but please check with your (live) doctor to see if he/she wants to evaluate. ...Read more
It is ok to do hysterosalpingogram agean after 4month and is there any chans to be pregnant naturaly even if my fallop toup is closed .Whithout ivf?
Probably not: The hsg is pretty accurate as long as the docs who did it don't think there was tubal spasm, which would make tube look blocked at the edge of the uterus. If both tubes are really blocked chance of natural pregnancy is low, and if you did get pregnant there is a high chance of ectopic pregnancy. You probably need ivf. ...Read more
I have been trying to conceive but I have irregular periods on aug 8th I had a hysterosalpingogram done then two days later my period came on the 14th I went to my gyn who prescribed Clomid 50mg to take for 5 days the week of the 23rd 31st I had sex with
Hysterosalpingogram: It means a test to determine the countour of the uterine cavity and whether to tubes are open. It's part of an infertility work up, and also used to check for uterine polyps or fibroids. It's usually performed in a radiologists office wihout anesthesia. If the physician injects the dye slowly it usually isn't painful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible discomfort.: The hysterosalping is a test to evaluate the status of your fallopian tubes for patency, as well as evaluates the contour and shape of your uterine cavity. A speculum is placed in to the vagina and then a small metal instrument is passed through the cervical opening. This can cause some mild to moderate cramping. A small amount of dye is placed in to the uterus which can also cause discomfort. ...Read more
Simple: I perform them every week. I place a speculum in the vagina, clean the cervix, and inject some dye through the cervix. I would estimate 90% of my patients feel nothing and the remainder have minimal cramping. It is extremely rare for a patient to have pain. It makes a difference whether a radiologist or a fertility specialist performs the test. ...Read more
Varies: costs of medical procedures are highly variable. call the facility and ask and be sure to ask if the amount includes the fee for the radiologist to interpret the test results ...Read more
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