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    Anybody had an HSG X ray??
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    luswart13 posted:
    This is our next step in phase two... 6 months of 200 mg of clomid and provera hasn't got me to ovulate... they are going to try another medicine combination on me and have me get an HSG... from the research i've done, it seems very uncomfortable and painful Any tips, advice?? thanks ladies.
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    ajb2007 responded:
    I had this done as a part of my inital work-up.

    It was uncomfortable, but in all it wasn't too bad. Take a pain med before and breathe... that would be my best advice. I (mentally) freaked out during and had to calm myself down.

    Good luck.


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