Posted by: Cubby | 2008/01/27

How soon to know if I'm pregnant

Hi Doctor

Just want to know when will I know if I'm pregnant after I had artificial Insemination,I took fertimed and gonal f injections which made four eggs ripe,I'm very nervous and would want to know.I had two failed IUI,that's why they tried the pills and the injections.


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The treatment protocol that you have been prescribed is certainly one that yields a fairly high success rate with IUI provided of course that all the indications for performing IUI have been conformed to. A sensitive blood pregnancy test (beta hcg quantitative) may detect a positive pregnancy within 12 days of performing the IUI.

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Posted by: Ria | 2008/02/07

I had my periods a week ago, but I still get period pains?

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Posted by: cubby | 2008/02/05

Hi doctor

I got my period on saturday which was day 11 after I had IUI,My period was red with thick blood clots,does it mean that I could have been pregnant?Just want to know when is the best time to start again with the treatment,must I give my body a rest or can I start straight away.

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Posted by: Dooi | 2008/01/29

Aren't you suppose to go back to your gynae? I did that as well and they took a blood test to see if I'm pregnant, unfortunately I am not pregnant, not even after IVF!

Hope your pregnant, let me know as soon as you find out!!!

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