Hi everyone...I just have an operative hysteroscopy done last 2 weeks and my RE put a balloon to prevent scarring. The balloon was removed yesterday. The reason why I have this operation done due to retained placenta from my miscarriage last April. I have my cycle regularly....I went back to my RE after 3 cycle and he suggested to do a office hysteroscopy before a new cycle of IVF and discover that I have retained placenta. So he scheduled a operative Hysteroscopy which I have done 2 wks ago. My question is does anyone have a similar experience and how long did they wait to try to get pregnant or to start a new cycle of IUI or IVF???
My RE is suggesting to do another office hysteroscopy on my next cycle just to make sure that uterus is all clear.
IVF #1 5/06 BFN
FET #1 9/06 BFN
IVF #2 12/06 BFP (lost my twins at 18wks)
IVF #3 ???
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07-29-2007, 09:54 AM #1nerveladyRegistered Userhas no status.
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Operative Hysteroscopy-what happens next?
08-21-2007, 07:13 PM #2
Hysteroscopy too! PG/child mentioned
I just came across your post. I'm usually on the high FSH board. I had my second hysteroscopy done this month (Aug 3) I also had a balloon catheter in place for five days. (I had a retained placenta with the birth of my son) I'm on lots of estrogen and provera. As soon as my period starts we are going to start doing injectables (because of my high FSH). After my first surgery ( I didn't have a balloon cathetar with that on3- hoping it makes the difference!) my OB had me wait 2 cycles before TTC again. Hope this helps! Goodluck!
09-04-2007, 04:36 PM #3
I had a hysteroscopy on Aug 1. I had a second hysteroscopy on Aug 14. AF arrived on schedule on Aug 20. I started BCP on cd2 for my first IVF cycle. I started Lupron yesterday.
Hope this helps. Good luck!
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