I had the HSG performed on me a couple of weeks ago I was afraid going in and it was really uncomfortable the procedure but the pain didn't last very long. I heard te procedure increases your chances but I'm not sure on that did they tell you if there was a blockage or what they will do next? Did they even find anything? I had a right block tube I go for lap surgery this Thurs. I'm very excited wish me luck!
I had my HSG done a few weeks ago and they told me that everything looks good (no blockage). I have heard that you have a better chance of becoming pregnant after the procedure but I did not. Good luck to you.
I had an HSG on January 10th, found out I had a blocked left tube, but was also told it would slightly increase my chances for the next few months. Something must have worked because I just found out yesterday that I'm pregnant!!!!! So I think it helps...
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