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Intermittent lower abdominal pain, tiredness around ovulation post failed IVF, blood tests clear. What should be done?

Hi, I have 2 failed ICSI treatment. After my last failed IVF in Jun-12, I am having pain on lower abdomen left side at times on right side.This pain is not constant. I have checked urine/blood reports for urinary tract infection . It is fine and i have no infection. I am feelign very tired around ovulation . Do you suggest any other scan for this pain?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Pain in abdomen could be a sign of coming periods. Also there is rare possibility of ectopic pregnancy. Did you get good bleeding during your periods??Whether Ultrasound was done and ectopic ( Tubal pregnancy )was ruled out?? Even if it was done before i would suggest you to get a serum beta HCG and transvaginal sonography done to rule out even slightest possibility of ectopic pregnancy. If it is ruled out then need not worry,pain could be due to congestion and you can take pain killers. consult your doctor. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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