Is Pregnancy After an HSG Much More Likely


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Pregnancy after a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) may be more likely, depending on the cause of your infertility. At least one study found that an HSG with an oil-based contrast did significantly improve pregnancy rates in specific patients.   The subsequent live birth rate was likewise significantly higher. The dye flows through the fallopian tubes and can let doctors get a closer look at such things as blockages or injuries that might be happening inside the body.

Some women believe that you are actually more likely to get pregnant after having an HSG test done. Research has shown that when doctors use an oil based fluid, women are more likely to become pregnant after the procedure. However, when a water based fluid is used, there is no increase in the chances of a pregnancy occurring. With an oil based fluid, couples could see an increase in the chance of becoming pregnant between 29 and 55 percent.

The pregnancy rate after an HSG test is believed to be around 2 to 3 times higher than in women who have not undergone this test before. The test itself is not a treatment for infertility; it is done to merely understand the reasons for infertility. But many women get pregnant after undergoing this test.

There are no specific studies available on what happens with pregnancies right after an HSG. Most doctors probably suggest not to get pregnant in the same cycle, but there is no information on what happens if you do. Apr 10, 2017 at 7:17 AM. An HSG can sometimes help with pregnancy because if there are adhesions somewhere in the tube, the procedure can sometimes move them. However, if there is a true blockage, an HSG remains just diagnostic.

I’ve never seen any reliable evidence about an HSG increasing the risk of miscarriage. While an HSG doesn’t guarantee that an ectopic pregnancy won’t happen again, it never hurts to be as informed as possible when considering becoming pregnant. If you’ve experienced an ectopic. It has been reported that women are more likely to become pregnant after this test, but no one knows why. I conceived the same month as I had my HSG done.

I had the HSG done on CD9, ovulated on CD15 and got pregnant. Also if you had a light line on your OPK, it’s not positive. Once the test line is as dark as the control line, that is positive and you should ovulate 12-48 hours after that. Detailed Answer: Given the semen analysis report, the natural pregnancy chances are there but less.You can try for 3 months and then go ahead with any treatment.

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List of related literature:

Pregnancy can occur after HSG.

“Clinical Reproductive Medicine and Surgery” by Tommaso Falcone, William W. Hurd
from Clinical Reproductive Medicine and Surgery
by Tommaso Falcone, William W. Hurd
Mosby/Elsevier, 2007

It is possible that the procedure has therapeutic applications as well, perhaps by clearing mucus plugs from the tubes or by stimulation of cervical mucus or tubal ciliary actions, since several authors have reported increased pregnancy rates in the first few months after a HSG.

“Family Medicine: Principles and Practice” by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, W. E. Jacott, M. G. Rosen, Robert B. Taylor
from Family Medicine: Principles and Practice
by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, et. al.
Springer New York, 2013

• Infertility and recurrent miscarriage: –Studies suggest that SIS may be twice as accurate as HSG and TVUS in diagnosing abnormalities of uterus or fallopian tubes that occur in up to 40% of infertile women and up to 20% of those with recurrent miscarriage.

“The 5-minute Obstetrics and Gynecology Consult” by Paula J. Adams Hillard, Paula Adams Hillard
from The 5-minute Obstetrics and Gynecology Consult
by Paula J. Adams Hillard, Paula Adams Hillard
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008

HSG is usually carried out in the first 10 days of the menstrual cycle, to avoid disruption of an early pregnancy in the secretory phase of the cycle.

“Obstetrics & Gynaecology: An Evidence-based Text for MRCOG, Third Edition” by David M. Luesley, Mark Kilby
from Obstetrics & Gynaecology: An Evidence-based Text for MRCOG, Third Edition
by David M. Luesley, Mark Kilby
CRC Press, 2016

An HSG and follow-up ultrasound are performed 3 months later.

“Women and Health” by Marlene B. Goldman, Rebecca Troisi, Kathryn M. Rexrode
from Women and Health
by Marlene B. Goldman, Rebecca Troisi, Kathryn M. Rexrode
Elsevier Science, 2012

However, in asymptomatic women having a normal pelvic examination and HSG and no known risk factors for tubal factor infertility, the likelihood that laparoscopy will explain previously unexplained infertility is small, particularly if one does not consider minimal or mild endometriosis a cause of infertility.

“Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility” by Leon Speroff, Marc A. Fritz
from Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility
by Leon Speroff, Marc A. Fritz
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005

HSG/SIS during the preovulatory phase will also avoid the possibility of dislodging a preimplantation conception, and thereby theoretically prevent an ectopic pregnancy.

“Pfenninger and Fowler's Procedures for Primary Care E-Book: Expert Consult” by John L. Pfenninger, Grant C. Fowler
from Pfenninger and Fowler’s Procedures for Primary Care E-Book: Expert Consult
by John L. Pfenninger, Grant C. Fowler
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Complications associated with HSG are possible.

“Nezhat's Operative Gynecologic Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy” by Camran Nezhat, Farr Nezhat, Ceana Nezhat
from Nezhat’s Operative Gynecologic Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy
by Camran Nezhat, Farr Nezhat, Ceana Nezhat
Cambridge University Press, 2008

In women with a history of recurrent abortions or infertility with a uterine abnormality seen on ultrasound, sonohysterography (SHG) is comparable to HSG and hysteroscopy in detecting uterine anomalies, especially septate and bicornuate uterus (Ludwin, 2011).

“Comprehensive Gynecology E-Book” by Rogerio A. Lobo, David M Gershenson, Gretchen M Lentz, Fidel A Valea
from Comprehensive Gynecology E-Book
by Rogerio A. Lobo, David M Gershenson, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

The question whether salpingectomy is beneficial in patients without evident hydrosalpinx but with tubal factor infertility often arises if there is a repeated implantation failure after IVF.

“Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Techniques Fourth Edition: Volume 2: Clinical Perspectives” by David K. Gardner, Ariel Weissman, Colin M Howles, Zeev Shoham
from Textbook of Assisted Reproductive Techniques Fourth Edition: Volume 2: Clinical Perspectives
by David K. Gardner, Ariel Weissman, et. al.
Taylor & Francis, 2012

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  • Had mine 4 days ago. Insurance didn’t pay anything, I paid $387. Very painful procedure and serve abdominal pain later that day and the next day. To the point I couldn’t move. It’s 4 days later and I’m still cramping. Anyone else had this? Is it safe to still concieve?

  • I know this is z old video but so glad it here, been trying for 2 years now my husband and I he’s just so sweet, did the HSG yesterday were one of my tubes is block the other was ok but fibroid is there you can only image how I cried hearing this but I believe it possibly and it will happen in the name of Jesus I thank you for sharing

  • me too, I had my HSG test this passed Tuesday, not only did it hurt like hell but it came up with one blocked tube:-( How are you going now?

  • Hey pretty ladies..I am married and we have been trying to convince since last two and half two days ago I had my HSG test and I am hoping that I conceive soon..plz pray for me… Thankyou ❤️

  • I underwent to test.earlier I was worried about this test but later there is no pain at all. Not even like period cramps. I suggest go through this test without fear.

  • Well i got a question and im not seeing it anywhere at all…..
    What you did after HSG… Its painful n im scared to have intercourse…. Scared of pain for sure… I feel burden also inside of me… Didnt you hv it… I ve no reports yet in my hands.. I ve appointment on 21st Jan 2020… And im so scared.. Coz i d k anything yet about what came in my test….. I cried in end of test…. It was hard n i still am taking painkiller…. N did a bit bed rest bit i ve to getup now….
    Please pray for me…. Im so tired of these medications n everything.. Im trying from 6 years…. I wish if this test help me out.. But im scared… I feel like my inner will get apart…..
    And how much days did u hv ur bleeding…. Im actually not having any bleeding at all.. Just a bit of it…. Its been 3 days….

  • Thanks Helena…girl you know i had to weight to feel safe so now im 14 weeks on monday and i saw my lil baby in there full body big feet and all…im happy.

  • How crazy that I just watched your other video from four years ago and here I’m watching the follow up that you just posted a few days ago! Thank you for all the info and transparency. I’ll probably be getting an HSG in 2-3 weeks due to having an ectopic in June. ����

  • I’ve got HSG TEST as well and were able to have 2 kids, one is three years, and another is nine months old! I’m the same generation as you ( ・ᴗ・ )
    In my case, moxibustion and laughing a lot in the period after ovulation seem to work well. Wish the baby to come to you soon!

  • I’m gutted as I had to stop during the test as I was in too much pain but I do have a narrow vagina where a speculum hurts me so think that may be the issue. Thankfully they spoke about getting me back to do the procedure under anaesthetic so I’m much happier. Good luck everyone I’ve spoken to girls who thought this was fine so we’re all different.

  • I had a doctor recommend this test without telling me anything about it, didn’t even give me the mandatory antibiotic for the night before. I haven’t even being diagnosed with infertility, i feel like my dr is jumping the gun so im doing it until i need to.

  • I just did my HSG today. I was really REALLY nervous after reading some painful experience. I will say mine was very uncomfortable and it was painful— but it was bearable. My doctor had to insert it 3 times because the first two times didn’t go where they needed.

    I experienced major cramps. But once it is init’ll be fine! The fluid itself is not painful.

    Best of luck to those who will be doing it! I took 3 200mg ibuprofen an hour ahead. My doc also prescribed me with a medication to help ease my anxiousness (which I don’t know if this did anything to the pain).

  • Watched your video before my HSG done this afternoon and everything went great. Wasn’t that scary like what other said. The pain is bearable, exactly like how Pap smear work at the beginning, that was the most painful part of all for a minute and I felt nothing after that. I took Celebrex 400mg an hour before the test I guess it worked!

  • I JUST had my HSG test done, and it was absolutely nothing like I imagined! I had gotten all worked up from the prior videos and comments I read, so I was a mess! I took 800mg of Ibuprofen one hour prior (as instructed) My Physician came in and told me he was going to use Lidocaine to numb up the cervix, and in two minutes I was looking at the contrast dye flow through my Fallopian tubes!! I didn’t feel ANYTHING! And just like that the procedure was over!! My doctor is great, he said “please go and write reviews and tell others to tell their physicians to use Lidocaine so their experience will be more pleasurable!” And so here I am trying to spread the word!! Slight bleeding and mild cramping afterwards, so you’ll definitely need a sanitary napkin, but nothing horrible like what I had seen!!

  • Im married for 4 years with no kids and just had my HSG test today. I did alot of research n watched videos of how the procedure is done,to get mentally prepared. I did not take any painkillers as im allergic to it. I went into the room n waited for doctor for almost 20mins as he had other cases. The Radiologist was prepping for the procedure n she told me it was 15ml iodine. Btw iodine is Translucent in color. Then came the dr asking me to relax as i looked nervous. He then asked me to carry my legs n spread. There were 2 nurses as well. He then inserted speculum, it was still bearable but only felt alil cold. The most painful part was when dr was cleaning the inner part. I screamed but the radiologist asked me to breath in n out. Dr was also diverting me by having a conversation with me. Next was the iodine injection, the moment he pushed the syringe, i felt terrible period cramps. That took around 5mins plus. Then dr removed the speculum n said its over!!! Thank god! My test results was good as my tubes are clear. I jus sat on the xray bed n relaxed a few mins. The nurse asked me to use sanitary pad jus in case you bleed or discharge. Luckily i didnt bleed but jus spotting. The period cramp lasted for almost 5 hours. I had my lunch,came home n slept off. I woke up having fever. Guess im traumatised with the procedure. But im just glad that its all over. From what i was told even pap smear is better since they only take samples but HSG is painful since the flush iodine inside your uterus. But i do advise women who cant conceive after several years to do this test. Pray for me that i conceive soon. I do recommend you to take painkiller if you can prior to the test.

  • Just had mine done yesterday took motrin so wasn’t so painful as expected they said I should start trying to conceive after 4 days of procedure said I’ll be spotting but after everything was done I didn’t spot at all. Hoping to conceive soon��❤️

  • I just had my HSG test and it was horrible. The Dr. had to do it twice since he couldn’t get in the cervix. Very painful and later that night my abdomen hurt so much I couldn’t move. Not sure if it’s from the test or the antibiotics. I had it yesterday and my abdomen still hurts.

  • I had my HSG yesterday & that pain was so painful. That feeling made me feel like forget pregnant. It felt like I was in labor all over again. But the test was over quickly thank God. my tubes was clear thankfully but had a little trouble with the right side getting the dye through. But finally when through. Today is Saturday & juz been having soreness here & there. After test i felt good, no blood or discharging. But hopefully I will get some baby dust soon!

  • congrats am so late but I did mine today and it kina hurt it was hard  I had to get 2 different cycle ended  2 day’s ago and my period is unbalanced so I don’t even know when to try

  • Just had mine today it was not painful at all! I worked my self up for two weeks reading google. And I’m a very anxious person if I can do it any of you ladies can! Definitely take some advil before the pain is very manageable didn’t feel a thing when the dye passed my tubes were open so not sure if that is why. Good luck everyone <3

  • I had one in the mid-90s. The dye insertion was very uncomfortable. I had Tylenol about an hour before the test, and that helped, but it was still like very bad monthly cramps for about 10 minutes. I had terrible cramping after the test, but my doctor gave me a shot of valium, and I (needless to say) relaxed. My husband drove me home where I slept for a good two hours. I was fine after that. The drainage of blueish liquid for about a day was weird, but not disruptive.

  • It wasn’t that bad at all, it was painful but bearable. I used the one pad they gave me at the doctor, drove myself there and back fine!!! If you can’t handle this you definitely can’t handle birth! Lol You’ll be okay!

  • Worried as your dr said not to have intercourse for 5-7 days after, but that puts one right into their ovulation window? How many tried to conceive after the HSG recovery window and were successful?

  • Thank you for your pieces of advice, this video is really so soothing, I will have my hsg tomorrow and thanks to you I know what I’m gonna be dealing with. concerning the pain killer, my doctor prescribed Panalgic for me, I hope it works and feel no pain.

  • I’m so scared. �� I have to call back to make my dr appointment on cycle day 1 so they can schedule my HSG for cycle day 10-13. I have regular monthly cycles, my husband and I always time it perfectly but no baby after almost a year. My doctor did find cyst on both ovaries. Hoping it doesn’t cause infertility. Sending baby dust to all❤️

  • it’s 10 years for me..but no gain..done all
    7 iui..and 2 ivf but all in hain..doctors hv no reason for me….I m really actresses

  • This gives me hope❤️. We’ve been trying for almost a year plus one early miscarriage (8weeks). I have my HSG test schedule next week so I’m hoping we can make it in time for my fertile window for May. Baby dust to all�� it’ll be the perfect Father’s Day gift!

  • I’m reading the comments and some people are saying even though they took pain killers they still felt pain and some say they didn’t?? I’m getting this done soon too and had no idea how painful it is. Now I’m scared!!

  • I Had It Done Today. It Hurt So Bad I Cried. My Doctor Wasn’t In There Correctly The First Time So She Had To Do The Whole Process Again.. Now She’s Telling Me To Follow Up So I Can Get Put To Sleep The Next Time. I’m So Hurt Like I’m So Scared To Do It Again.

  • I’m getting mine done 2 days from now and my doctor told me not to google it but here I am and now I am so nervous from reading these comments. My husband and I have been TTC for 3 years with no luck:(

  • awwwww thats soo sweet, i hope everything work out for you!! did your hsg burn?? and what was the results of your hsg…keep me updated and plenty of baby dust to you!!

  • Thank you for the video. I go for my test today and wasnt told any of this. Today is calander day 8 for me so I will take pain meds an hr before and take a pad with me. I will post in my comment and let you know how it went.

  • 1st of all congrats…my wife is going for hsg next week and we are very anxious to see if it works we’ve been trying to get pregnant for a year,but due to my wife having fibroids and endometriosis its been a difficult journey her doctor keeps giving us hope saying after her surgery last october that she sees nothing that would prohibit us from getting preggers besides the fibroids…so im hoping and praying that the hsg process works for us your video gives us inspiration and hope…..GOD BLESS

  • I had mine done today. Maybe I should do another round of provera �� I haven’t had a period in over a year so fingers crossed ����

  • I have my HSG next week and I am pretty anxious and nervous. Mainly nervous about the pain. I see everyone’s experience is different. My OBGYN doctor is doing mine and she is the best, so I’m sure I will be fine.

  • just to add, u can, only get pregnant if there is a opening. hsg can sometimes psuh out whats blocing it, not in all cases. and not a goid,idea to get pregnant with fibroids

  • this video just made me cry. i just had my hsg today and you are giving me hope. thank you for posting! u are literally glowing in this video!

  • Felicidades!! Congratulation, I’m happy for you,in January a take clomid and noting happen so in February a get pregnant but something happen I loss my baby..:,( I’m sorry mi English is horrible but I’m very happy for you!! God bless you:)

  • I alse went through HSG test, and it was no painful for me bcz before i go to the test i take tyleno 650 madisin.and i didnt fell any cramps.

  • There was no YOUTUBE and barely internet when I had mine and my doctor told me nothing. The tech was a man and very barbaric. The worst experience ever. I’m glad you have advice to give.

  • I get mine done in a week. I’m a very anxious about it. I’m afraid of getting hurt and I can’t take Ibuprofen, I’m allergic to it. ��

  • I’ve been on one cycle clomid and didn’t get pregnant I have one cycle dosage left but I decided to do the hsg test before I took it. Did the hsg everything came back positive no blockage, but I’m still not pregnant. I’m gonna the other dosage one more time before I go back to my doctor

  • This is the most painful test ever. My test was take a long time Dr having a hard time putting things in. I feel bad for all of us that trying to have kid. This is the pain that we have to go through.

  • One more thing u should be taken care of is to not have sexual inter course until ur HSG is done. NO ONE SAID ME ABOUT THIS and I had to wait for 1 another month to get my HSG done. Good luck all!

  • Thanks for the video. I’m at that step now… by the way, where are you based? I have never been offered the genetic test in the UK

  • Thanks for sharing!
    I had my first appointment with an RE this morning. Luckily, she recommended doing the genetic testing (full panel) right away, so I did that today, along with some other labs. She also recommended an HSG in the near future, so I’ll have that done as soon as she says I should.
    I’m so glad you posted this video because I watched someone else’s HSG experience earlier, and she said it was really painful because they stick “a huge needle in your cervix.” I’m happy to know it’s a catheter and not a needle. I had 3 injections of local anesthetic in my cervix before a LEEP a few years back, and that was probably the most painful thing I’ve ever experienced. ��

  • Thank you for sharing this video I have my hsg test on Wednesday I’m so nervous did they prescribe you pills to take before the test and after so you won’t get an infection? My doctor did and I’m freaking out because of the possible side effects.

  • Had mine done today. I was really very anxious about it. My legs were literally shaking before the test. They gave an injection (buscopan) 30 mins prior. The procedure wasn’t that painful. Insertion part is a lil uncomfortable but after that feels like usual period cramps for 5 mins. You might bleed later, so do not forget to carry a pad.

  • I know this video is old…but I just had my test earlier today..and I want me and my hubby to be able to conceive before Christmas…I pray I have this same luck!

  • Hey Lindsay, Oh no, I had my hopes up for you as well! Actually, I thought you were pregnant because we haven’t heard from you in a while. It felt like ages and I thought this was a good sign. Too bad. I get your friend’s idea of just doing one thing, but on the other hand you need the feeling that you’re doing the best you can and make sure you do everything that’s possible. Especially the OPKs are important to figure out when to baby dance. If you only temp you’ll find out about your ovulation when it’s already to late. Taking folic acid is very important, definitely don’t skip these guys this cycle 😉 Primrose oil and preseed are “nice to have”, not veeeery necessary I think, but on the other hand it’s not a big deal to just take them / use it. So why not just stick with the protocol as usual? Same procedure as every cycle and YOU WILL GET PREGNANT for sure! There’s a 1:5 chance approximately each cycle to conceive if you and you husband are healthy AND the timing is perfect. Statictically you need 5 cycles to be successful. I know you’re beyond that point but maybe it was just bad luck until now. Don’t lose hope. Don’t give up. Thank you so much for sharing your journey. Like I said before, your channel is my absolute favorite!! FX

  • Im married for 4 years with no kids and just had my HSG test today. I did alot of research n watched videos of how the procedure is done,to get mentally prepared. I did not take any painkillers as im allergic to it. I went into the room n waited for doctor for almost 20mins as he had other cases. The Radiologist was prepping for the procedure n she told me it was 15ml iodine. Btw iodine is Translucent in color. Then came the dr asking me to relax as i looked nervous. He then asked me to carry my legs n spread. There were 2 nurses as well. He then inserted speculum, it was still bearable but only felt alil cold. The most painful part was when dr was cleaning the inner part. I screamed but the radiologist asked me to breath in n out. Dr was also diverting me by having a conversation with me. Next was the iodine injection, the moment he pushed the syringe, i felt terrible period cramps. That took around 5mins plus. Then dr removed the speculum n said its over!!! Thank god! My test results was good as my tubes are clear. I jus sat on the xray bed n relaxed a few mins. The nurse asked me to use sanitary pad jus in case you bleed or discharge. Luckily i didnt bleed but jus spotting. The period cramp lasted for almost 5 hours. I had my lunch,came home n slept off. I woke up having fever. Guess im traumatised with the procedure. But im just glad that its all over. From what i was told even pap smear is better since they only take samples but HSG is painful since the flush iodine inside your uterus. But i do advise women who cant conceive after several years to do this test. Pray for me that i conceive soon. I do recommend you to take painkiller if you can prior to the test.

  • Thanks hun, keep trying and dont give up…clomid seems to work the following month or after you stop taking it..thats whats happened to me and another ttc’r

  • Haha! You are so funny!! CongratulationsI just got mine done 9/10/2019, idk if I’ll conceive soon but I will keep trying. I only have one Fallopian tube. ��

  • I did it today… No pain at all…. Not at all… I took 600 mg ibuprofen 1 hour before. I was so scare by looking all this reviews… But no pain at all.

  • Omg yes it hurt. Yessss congratulations I just had mine today Beautiful I know I’m late but I love good news I was told my tubes was not blocked but they seen a little somewhere

  • I 100% I knew it though. I had been praying for you. People are just too evil in this world and its not worth the risk. I am blessed to know you have made it to 14 weeks! You are my hero!! I will be starting my secret surprise channel ( for a few people I know will pray for me, and wish me the best in my life) So look out for my video from today I am about to update. I can’t wait until you find out your having a BOY.. LOL one can HOPE:D Well mama I will keep praying for you and your family,HT

  • Thankyou for this hope my sister has this test done and I’m just finding out it does helps. I have mine done December 18 and I pray the lord helps me like he helped you may the lord bless you and you new baby of joy god bless..❤️❤️

  • Am Salma. i had my HSG test on my 9CD. The process was as explained but am not sure whether your results showed any blockage. Personally i got serious pain when the dye reached my uterus and when it started moving to the fallopian tubes, there was an unbearable pain on the left side which later showed that there was a partial tubal blockage. so is there any hope of conceiving after this test or do i have to go for tubal flashing?

  • I had 2 time miscarriage already ��My Dr. suggest me to do hsg test but I am really very nervous about it ��.Is it help for my next pregnancy?ans me plz

  • I absolutely love your video! Thank you for your smiles. It makes me feel so good. We’ve been trying for baby #1 for 3 years now. Had my HSG done last week Friday both tubes are open being hopeful and keeping my fingers crossed! Thank you for your video.

  • I’m getting mines done in a week I’m so nervous but this really just relaxed me and I really needed to hear this. Thanks do much hun hopefully we will get great results

  • i had my hsg done yesterday it was ok i lay down in the night roasting with fever couldnt stand for too long because i felt like passing out and pain like that but urinate alot today still in a little pain but no fever

  • Don’t be scared I am praying and I KNOW that beautiful little baby is going to be fine healthy and plump…I can’t wait to see your progress

  • I love this video! I conceived my son right after a lap and dye (essentially the same as an hsg) & he is now almost 7 months & im trying to conceive again! praying its easier this go round ☺

  • I am having my test tomorrow & I am so scared that I am even unable to sleep..
    At this time of night, I am just going through comments & videos to prepare myself mentally for test..but it’s more scary����

  • Omggg this video is everything to me. I’m having my test done in two weeks and I’m terrified. I haven’t had a period in over a year so they want to check if my tubes are blocked. I am 29 years old and wanting pregnancy but want to bleed first ��wish me luck ����

  • i have to have one of these done (hsg test), im also taking my first round of follistim while this month too. I have a high pain tollorance and never take meds for cramps, is it really painful?

  • No matter if you happen to be 40, go and visit Dobbie Nerkstrol’s internet site, you’ll end up pleasantly amazed. Within just 60 days you will get pregnant, and begin feeling all of the changes in your body the initial few weeks. It can healthy to be skeptic, and it’s not a magical kind of thing seriously, however, you could bet you will increase your chances.

  • I have endometriosis and experience the most excruciating painful periods to the point I wanna throw up and pass out so if it’s anything painful like that then I got this ��������

  • I’m glad I found this video because I’ve had two miscarriages almost 3yrs ago and haven’t been pregnant since. I have a HSG and a Ultrasound on this coming Wednesday and I’m super nervous cause I also have fibroids. I’m glad this test helped in getting you pregnant I hope its the same for me and my hubby.  

  • Lol thank you for your humor! You’re hilarious! I’m having my HSG tomorrow and am very nervous but you made me laugh. Congratulations!

  • The polyp was removed on March 8. I actually did a video on it. So far things are looking good and hubby and I are going to try this next cycle. So this will be the first cycle TTC after polyp removal. I’m excited and looking forward to it. Thanks.

  • Going for my HSG test today, my doctor told me to take pain killers before the test. I’m glad I took them after watching this video and reading all the comments.

  • I’m so sorry love. I’m looking forward to see your results. I’m CD 6. and I have my fertility appointment on the 28th of April. I’m such a planner too by the way. ha!

  • I had my HSG test done over an hour ago and even though i took 4 Advils before, it hurt i almost passed out, they said that probably my sugar went low because i had a little breakfast, the doctor said that the dye went through and i should get pregnant fast. She also said that even if there was something blocking the egg to go through the tubes, the dye took care of it.
    Ladies, my husband and i have been trying to conceive for 4 years!!!!! We were both tested and everything came back normal. I decided to go to fertility doctor and he saw our previous results and said that he doesn’t know why i can’t get pregnant. He did the testing again and everything came back normal. Let’s ����that i will easily conceive soon!!!!! We want baby soooo bad. I was diagnosed with mild PCOS but my fertility doctor doubts if i really even have it since i ovulate and have period every month and my hormones are normal and i don’t have any indication that i have PCOS, just thwle fact that i have few cycts in my ovaries. They could be from tubes being blocked that were unblocked today.
    I know that this HSG test is uncomfortable but it lasts only few mins and is worth it!!!!!!!!
    ����for all ladies trying to conceive!!!!!!!

  • i am really happy for you…i have my hsg tomorrow and i am so nevrous but they are having me take a vloume 1 hr before so please ladies pray for me…my husband has to take…me so im praying for good results

  • Im going to hv my HSG test next week. Searching for advice on youtube and found yours..i think this video would help me to prepare myself��

  • my hsg hurt soo bad!! he had a hard time getting thru my cervix at first and had to run and get someone else while i layed there and cried. HORRIBLE!! i have one blocked tube. im thinking they were both blocked though before the procedure. good luck with your pregnancy! sooo happy for you!

  • In 1999 I had the HSG test done and not long later I was pregnant with my (almost) 13-year-old!!! CONGRADULATIONS! My angel is the best thing that happen to me in my life! Enjoy!!!

  • YAY… supper late. but YAY.. girl. I had an HSG yesterday..t hat shit hurt like the dickins. I thought I was going to die, cry, scream, and run. LOL

  • I was so scared to take my test. It wasn’t painful, thankfully. Just messy. It was like childbirth (not a mom yet lol) but without the baby

  • That is so great. I’m so happy for you. Congratulations. I will be subscribing so I can watch your updates. I just had an HSG test done in January which my tubes are open but I have to get a polyp removed in March so I have to wait to TTC until after the procedure but I hope I get a BFP very soon too. Yayy!!! for you

  • OMG, I can’t believe I almost missed this video. I am so so so happy for you and the boo! Can’t wait to see the next update!!!! Oh yeah and I hope the boo didn’t get sick, lol!

  • Thanks hun, i was wondering where u was…lol..but im happy and now im 14 weeks and fat as hell…lol but thanks again and baby dust to you!

  • congratulations!! I hope I have your kind of blessing! I have scheduled my HSG test for 9/10/19. I’m not scared of it I’m just wondering if my one remaining tube is going to be flushed bc I already know it has “minimal adhesions”

  • Thank you for doing this video!
    Diclofenic sodium (or other painkiller). What I would take if I’d known.
    SO SO much pressure that made it more painful than I thought it would be! I get bad cramps front and back during period and it was like that but longer than 20 secs since he unblocked the remaining tube (ectopic just 6 weeks prior).

  • congrats girlie missed you and Im just catching back up on all of my youtube family videos I am so happy for you and your family my prayers are always with you

  • you have a better chance now that there open. i would start tiring. i am not an expert i just read up on these stuff. hormones should be balanced as well. start tiring

  • Omg I had that done and it was so painful for me lol. But everything came out normal so I was happy about that. my partner and I are ttc as well and because I have pcos i don’t ovulate every month so now I’m taking clomid to help with that. It’s crazy because I’m from the states as well living in the UK. Good luck boo I hope everything works out for you guys ��