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March 18th, 2011, 01:10 PM
ccartanddesign's Avatar With Faith
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I'm really so confused about whether I should or not. I've heard you can do what you normally do, and I normally work out daily. But I just keep wondering what other doctors say? I asked my dr. and she said not on the day of the IUI but after that its fine.
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4/2011 - not doing IUI - DH out of town
5/2011 - IUI with Femara and HCG trigger. In hospital due to infection from IUI.
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10/2011 : - Laparoscopy - clip blocked tubes, determine right ovary is adhered to pelvic wall, cut adhesions
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12/4/2011: Egg Retrieval. 9 eggs, only 1 embryo.
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March 18th, 2011, 01:55 PM
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That's the general idea that I've heard before, too. Once I was planning to ride rollercoasters the day after my IUI. They said it was all gravy. (I still didn't, just to be safe!)

I'd say play it by ear. Maybe do a little less than what you're used to, or try something that isn't jarring, like bike, elliptical, or weights.
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March 19th, 2011, 06:43 AM
ohnicole's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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My doctor always said no limitations (except no skydiving *rolls eyes*) but I always tried to take it easy for a few days after my IUI. I really hope this is your cycle!
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