am going to take iui, so howmany days should I take rest after iui and shall I go to my job (am working woman) (Like climbing steps, walking for too long...travelling..?
Are there any restrictions for any of this?)
dear sir/madam am going to take iui, so howmany days should I take rest after iui and shall I go to my job (am working woman) (Like climbing steps, walking for too long...travelling..? Are there any restrictions for any of this?)
you can start testing at around 10 days past the IUI, you want to make sure that if you had a trigger shot that the HCG is out of your system. testing at 10 days past could possibly still give you a false negative, if you want to be more accurate and have patience, you should wait until 12-14 days after the IUI.
May be it is due to Ovulation.
About 72 hours.
People may have a variety of symptoms following intrauterine insemination (IUI), but it's important to remember that not everyone will exhibit obvious symptoms. Among the most typical post-IUI symptoms are: Mild cramping: Because the cervix is moved during the procedure, some people may feel mild cramping that is comparable to menstrual cramps. Spotting or Light Bleeding: During the IUI procedure, cervix irritation is frequently the cause of light spotting or slight vaginal bleeding. Breast Tenderness: Breast tenderness may result from hormonal changes brought on by IUI procedures and fertility drugs. Fatigue: Hormonal changes along with the psychological and physical strain of fertility treatments may make people feel more exhausted. Ovulation-Like Symptoms: Since IUI is frequently carried out around ovulation, people may have symptoms, like increased cervical mucus, that are comparable to those of natural ovulation. Pelvic Discomfort: Following IUI, some patients experience a feeling of fullness or discomfort in their pelvis, which is related to the inseminated sperm remaining in the uterus. Emotional Shifts: The emotional roller coaster that comes with fertility treatments can cause anxiety, heightened emotions, or mood swings. Medication Side Effects: Following IUI, headaches and nausea are common side effects of fertility medications that may continue or worsen. False Pregnancy Symptoms: Hormonal changes following intrauterine insemination (IUI) can resemble early pregnancy symptoms such as increased sensitivity to smell and bloating. It's critical to distinguish between symptoms that may indicate pregnancy and those that may be connected to the IUI procedure. These symptoms can also be caused by hormonal changes brought on by fertility drugs, so they are not always reliable markers of a successful conception. Experiences differ from person to person, and the lack of symptoms does not always mean that an IUI was unsuccessful. Pregnancy tests are normally conducted after a predetermined waiting period, usually two weeks after IUI, in order to obtain accurate information about pregnancy following the procedure. It is best to seek advice and comfort from a healthcare provider if any alarming or severe symptoms appear. For More Information Pls Call:9703345670 Womb Fertility and Maternity Centre Plot No:95, Gangaram, Engineers Enclave, Chanda Nagar, Hyderabad, Telangana 500049
Generally it is safe to resume your normal daily activities, however you should discuss this with your doctor. Rest is the best after IUI. Avoid heavy lifting or any strenuous activity.
aug22 my first iui done.after iui 2days higher stomach pain for me.and another days stomach pain is low.and then slightly lower stomach pain for me.what are the symptoms for this is?pls answered for me?
constipation prob and tried
It is best to wait 14 days after the IUI to have a pregnancy test done. A blood test at that. I am in the same process and my physician sugested that I wait the full 14 days to avoid any false-negatives or false-positives. It has been 5days since my IUI and the wait tests my patience daily. I was also told that the injectables and IUI may feel like your pregnant as the symptoms are similar. Good Luck
after 2 weeks from iui date
i had brown discharge after iui
im in the same boat. call your doctor who proformed the iui