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Blood in urine after IUI. Lupigest, Progyanova and ecosporine prescribed. Not pregnant. Reason?

I DID IUI ON 15TH JULY, ON 3RD AUG THERE WERE SPOTS OF BROWN BLOOD DURING URINATION .I IMMEDIATELY CONSULTED MY DOCTOR, THE FOLLOWING MEDICINES WERE RECOMMENDED-LUPIGEST-200 INJECTION ONE INJECTION DAILY FROM 3RD AUGUST,PROGYANOVA,ECOSPORINE, FOLICE .BLOOD SAMPLE FOR A SERUM BETA HCG TEST WERE TAKEN ON 4TH AUGUST.REPORT WILL COME ON 8TH AUGUST.AFTER TAKING THE ABOVE MEDICINES SPOTS DISAPPEARED TODAY.BUT TODAY MORNING WHEN I CONDUCTED URINE TEST FOR PREGNANCY IT SHOWED NEGATIVE RESULTS. I AM IN A STATE OF GREAT CONFUSION. PLEASE ADVISE ANNA
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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blood in urine due to endometrial injury is common after iui.
iui has the success rate of 10-15 % only.
try 4 more cycles of IUI.
if it is failed you may need IVF IN future.
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