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kayakr January 3rd, 2012 06:29 AM

5 days post iui - possible infection?
 
Hi ladies - I hope you all had a great weekend. Happy News Years to you all!

Question - I had some crazy pain this morning. It was down low, down by my pubic line and went all across my belly from hip to hip. It went away after about 15 minutes and is still gone. I am super blotted and my ovaries still feel inflamed like they do during Oing. We had intercourse yesterday and I could feel my left ovary like I was still going to ovulate.

I called the dr. office this morning and she said this is normal. That I am still hyper stimulated from the medication even though the iui was 5 and 6 days ago. Did you guys have this same experience?

I am wondering if I have an infection from all those ultra sounds and iui stuff going on? I have no temp or discharge or odor though. Atleast yet.

KMH January 3rd, 2012 06:33 AM

Re: 5 days post iui - possible infection?
 
Totally normal. Everything in there is still recovering from the stimulation of the medication and your ovaries worked HARD this past month. Plus you guys have been doing it like rabbits ;) Drink lots of water/Gatorade and take it easy.

Get used to these aches and pains, girl! Pretty soon you'll also have the round ligament pains, the implantation cramping, etc. :excited:

kayakr January 3rd, 2012 06:40 AM

Re: 5 days post iui - possible infection?
 
hum? See I am normal! This is why I like you girls so much, you always tell me I am normal. lol

When I called this morning she acted like she gets this call all the time. She said if I start running a fever or if the pain doesn't go away after an hour or so, I need to come in, but other than that it's totally normal.

Well that pain didn't feel so noraml. I first thought I maybe had to go potty, nope not at all. I even got dizzy and all hot and had to lay down. Gosh I hope it doesn't come back and I am still confused to why it is happening so late in my cycle.

Hey also - this is when I would be "noramlly Oing" on my own without any of the stims. Since I have so many follies going on could I still O naturally even though I had stims and trigger shots over 5 days ago? Could I still O again on my own?

OMG this is so confusing!

Prendy09 January 3rd, 2012 07:23 AM

Re: 5 days post iui - possible infection?
 
I remember feeling a pain in my left ovary at one time (I could always feel my left ovary, slightly, as it was bigger) - it was after a procedure, and I was due AF. The pain did NOT feel normal either, and I had never felt anything like it before. I, too, had to lay down, got a bit nauseous from the pain. Once I laid down, it passed in about 15 minutes or so....I think everything was still screwed up from the all hormones, etc.

Our ovaries go through so much during this process, they sure as hell let us know it sometimes, LOL!

Hope it doesn't come back, and you have smooth sailing from here!!!! ;o)

KMH January 3rd, 2012 07:31 AM

Re: 5 days post iui - possible infection?
 
I doubt you would be Oing this late, but I suppose you never know. Also...perhaps that was implantation?!?!?!?!?!? It's on the early side, but absolutely and totally possible. :fingerscrossed:

ccartanddesign January 3rd, 2012 08:04 AM

Re: 5 days post iui - possible infection?
 
Hi,
I know we talked about this but I wanted to add that when I got an infection I had a fever and I couldn't walk upright, I was in so much pain. It does sound like what you are experiencing is normal but if it gets worse go see your dr!


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