I did an IUI around 6 days back - 2 Cycles in 2 days. Ever since, I am having pain in the lower left abdomen. I talked with the Doctor and she advised me to take pain killer Drotin DS - twice a day.
I am taking the medicine but the pain is not going away. My abdomen feels heavy (lower left portion) and pains. Sometimes the pain subsides but it again comes up. Specially if I stand a lot (more than 1 hour).
Can anybody help? Please advise. My Doc. says to take the pain killers and come and visit after 2 days. (that would be after 9 days of (IUI)
Abdominal pain is common, especially for me, post IUI. I would be concerned about taking pain medication, especially since you could be pregnant. I felt a lot of pressure post IUI in my bladder area with cramping.
Me 29 DH 30 TTC for 3 years. HSG, SHG good, SA good, 4 rounds on Clomid, all = BFN. 1st IUI BFN, 2nd IUI BFN, LAP done- cyst removed, 3rd IUI BFP (CP) 4th IUI 3/19 BFN, 5th IUI 4/16 BFP, M/C @ 9wks
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