hi everyone,im new to this.im 38 i had my first round of iui last thurs 4th august had been taking injections for 7 days (puregon) had the injection of (pregnyl) day before the procedure.im on day 8 now was wondering if its right to be feeling sick like i am this morning, really tired and very tender breasts,cramp like pains now and again but no bleed.i have a pre treatment scan on monday which would be day 11 just in case it doesnt wrk this time.would they be able to tell then if i was pregnant or when could i do a test
I had iui August 4th also and today is my 9dpiui. Weare iui budies!!! :-)
This was my third iui. First positive but chemical pregnancy, second negative, and now I am waiting for my beta day until August 18. I had crumbs for a few days, and my boobs are so painfull since iui. I will try to do home test in a few days.
What is pre tratment scan? I never had this. After each iui they asked me to come for blood test after 2 weeks.
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