So I had my IUI yesterday morning. Normally I am crampy and feel bloated the whole day but yesterday I felt nothing and today is the same. Is this a bad sign??? This is my 6th IUI and normally I feel a little bloated where it hurt to push on my tummy but this time nothing. I'm scared it definitely didn't work this time or is this the case because I didn't use clomid this month?
Ugh, I hope that was all for nothing. The doctor had a hard time because my cervix was tilted so bad..maybe she didn't do it right????
I have had 3...the first one I had very little cramping later that afternoon. The 2nd one I had mild cramping right after the procedure (The nurse prac. that did this one is a little rough on equipment, if you know what I mean!) and the 3rd one that worked, I did not feel any cramping!
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