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What could be cause of difficulty in conception post hysteroscopy check ?

I had a hysteroscopy check (no operation) a couple of months ago. The first period following was a lot heavier and more prolonged than usual. I went to women doctor again and had ultrasound . I was told I was fine and it was just my period. The doctor couldn t explain why it was so much heavier. I was worried so much. After that my period suddently got lighter than usual. I am trying to conceive for 10 months and still not pregnant. I wonder if I have problem to conceive and if the hysteroscopy check had a side effect on me.
Asked On : Tue, 14 Feb 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. here age is important, and the reason for which hysteroscopy is done. as it is heavy and lighter periods could be due to anaemia . some times after uterine manipulations also possible, but nothing is there to worry about. anxiety is some times causes such changes as you are very eager to have pregnancy. so be calm and be tention free. thank you.
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