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Unread 12-29-2019, 01:34 PM
Aria Venue Aria Venue is offline
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Re: Pain from Gyne...should I start to be concerned?

Originally Posted by Doodleloo View Post
Unfortunately I use red raspberry leaf tea during my periods and that had no effect I cant take it constantly because it actually makes my nose congested over time. I could try finding the other thing though, I have never heard of it. Thank you for the tip!

From what I've looked up, I've long past the point where it should still be hurting just based on having the procedure itself. I have suspected that whatever was causing my painful periods might have been triggered as a result of the procedure. Is that what you are trying to say?

Well my next appointment is with my general doctor on monday. But any specialist I will see will end up being in the middle and end of January. Is this just a problem that I need to ride out? Does it look like I am dealing with long term complications?
Doodleloo why did you have the saline ultrasound? i asked you before but you didnt specify the reason..was that a yearly check up? are you facing some problems with your menstruation cycle?or fertility..etc... you wrote heavy i am really trying to understand if you had other gynecological symptoms unrelated to this pain in order to do this ultrasound...and i suppose you know that this method is not suitable in cases the querent has a pelvic inflammatory cause in this chart there are different testimonies which suggest other issues i would please ask you once more to clarify the reason you chose saline ultrasound or your doctor said that this would be appropriate for your case

*Saline infusion sonohysterography (SIS or SHG) is a procedure to evaluate the uterus and the shape of the uterine cavity. SHG uses ultrasound and sterile fluid to show the uterus and endometrial (uterine lining) cavity. The ovaries are also seen at the time of SHG. The purpose is to detect any abnormalities.The most common serious complication with SHG is pelvic infection. However, this occurs less than 1% of the time and usually occurs when a woman also has a block or infection of the fallopian tubes.

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