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Q: Help please

Hi ladies I am scheduled for a hysteroscopy on next month. I am really nervous. Has anyone had this done? What do I expect and how far after can someone expect to get pregnant?

This question was asked May. 28, 2012 8:44am
Category: Fertility Issues

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Answered by ayeayecaptn - May. 28, 2012 9:57am
I had a hysteroscopy early on to try to figure out why I couldn't get pregnant. Its not that bad. You will get some cramping during the procedure but it doesn't last long. The whole procedure itself is super quick. No more than 5 minutes. I had some spotting for the next day afterward and I was a little bit sore but not enough to even take anything for the pain. It really is no big deal. And the good thing is if your tubes happened to be block, the procedure can actually clear them as a bonus. You can get pregnant right after. They actually say your chances of getting pregnant increase after the procedure since it cleans everything out.

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Answered by dmartin65 - May. 28, 2012 9:00am
I had a hesteroscopy to have polyps removed last year in June. After the surgery I was off a couple of days. Not allowed to lift anything heavy. I had very mild cramping. Overall for me it was not a bad experience. The sore throat from the tube they had down my throat during surgery hurt more than the surgery itself. I got pregnant 5 months later. But this was just my experience. Try not to worry too much. I think we sometimes psych ourselves out before these things. Good luck!!!!!

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