I'm wondering if there are any recommendations on how soon after an IUI can one travel on a plane. I might have a significant business trip (over a week of traveling internationally) coming up - and if my cycle is consistent, it would be 3-4 days after my next IUI. I'm actually still in my 2WW but don't want to "assume" anything about the success of this last IUI in case I jinx it!
Does my travel schedule matter to the success of implantation? Assuming of course that fertilization happens... Or is the most crucial time the timeframe after ovulation / IUI? Trying to figure out if I should do the next IUI or skip it if the travel is going to be too much. Would be sad to miss the opportunity for another IUI.
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09-02-2008, 09:18 PM #1poetryRegistered Userhas no status.
Will traveling after IUI affect implantation?
09-03-2008, 05:19 AM #2BeeBee2008Registered Userhas no status.
I've heard over and over to resume normal activities. Unless your going rock climbing i would not think another thing about it.
09-03-2008, 07:25 AM #3sunshine_girlRegistered Userhas no status.
poetry - I am cd9 and I was on a flight yesterday and again today. I travel quite a bit for work and have never worried about it.
09-03-2008, 08:05 PM #4Nirmiti27Registered Userhas no status.
we are planning to go for beach holiday at bitan Indonesia for 2d1N...it will be my 12dpiui.......so can i play and enjoy the bech activities or do i need to take everything slowly...i always has a period after a vaccation because of tiredness and travelling........though i will be travelling thru ferry which is just 1-2 hrs from sigapore.......
what do u say
09-03-2008, 09:10 PM #5poetryRegistered Userhas no status.
Thanks for the reassurance. I am in the 2ww and am overanalyzing everything - whether it's travel, twinges in my body, temperature. Everything!
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