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This is my 3rd time posting this since yesterday. Let's see if JM wants to share this time. LOL
First off, it wasn't that bad. The test itself was done in 5 minutes. The catheter pinched a bit. The actual injecting of the dye was the toughest part for me. I knew the instant it happened. The sensation filled my entire body from my stomach to my mid thighs. It didn't feel "good" but it wasn't intolerable either. Just a very uncomfortable sensation. I laid flat, then rolled to the right and left and over. Xray was taken while I did it. Sensation gone as soon as test was over and I didn't have any cramping really afterward. I did get home and have betadine fly all down my leg though ACK!
Result for now is that my tubes are open, the dye flowed through. My uterus is very smooth with nice clean lines LOL. At the base of the uterus though, behind my cervix, is a mass and a big blood clot. So that could be causing an issue with stuff. He is pretty sure it is adenomyosis from my c-sections. I have an appointment on the 18th to discuss all bloodwork results and this result and make some decisions on what we want to do.
So this cycle is going to be natural. I am hoping to O in about a week. Who knows, maybe this HSG cleared the way through this clot and helped open my tubes even more and we will get a miracle. But if not, it looks like we are going to start an intervention next cycle (what kind is still to be determined)