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Had an IUI, extreme nausea, lots of sleep, fever, stomach ache. Any affect on implantation ?

I had an IUI on Wednesday and got a stomach bug (low grade fever, aches and pains, extreme nausea and lots of sleep) the next day. I didn t take anything except ginger tea. I also only vomited once. How badly could this affect implantation? Have you seen women who get pregnant after being ill after an IUI? I m 37; great fertility numbers; high motility to the sperm.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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As far as reports are concerned, stomach bug is not at all going to affect implantation. All you need is plenty of rest and avoid dehydration. As there is no specific treatment for the infection, only symptomatic and supportive therapy is given as your situation permits. Of course, people can get ill after IUI, but usually are safe as far as their pregnancy is concerned. Please consult your doctor for further management. Take care.
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