I just spoke with the nurse...looks like it is now a bladder infection. She said ocassionally that happens from the catheter. I am so bummed. I am getting a perscription. Hope this doesn't affect my embies on Sunday! If any of you plan on an ER tell them you don't want to use a catherter and you will pee just before the surgery.
Nice of them to warn you first. :) I don't think the antibiotics will hurt. I have to take antibiotics anyway the day of the ER all the way through the first day of the transfer. I think I didn't have a catheter b/c my retrieval was a 9am and I couldn't drink anything after midnight the night before so there was nothing there to pee out.
I am on antibiotics 2X day until my transfer as well. I was speaking about the bladder infection hurting the embryo after trnasfer. I think it willl be gone by Sunday, I hope. My ER was at 9:00 as well and had nothing to drink after 12:00am but they loaded me with fluids. So, what is done is done but I agree... a warning would have been nice!
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