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Spotting, pain, taken buscopan, basal scan normal, pause 500mg

yesterday i had egg pick up in the evening. After that in the middle of the night i got spotting with severe pain which i could not tolerate. so i took buscopan immediately. But pain and spotting did not subside.Today i went to the doctor and informed about this. she took basal scan and told me that everything is normal.she also prescribed pause 500mg tablet . yet i have pain and spotting. she also told that she might do the ET tomorrow. Iam worried that whether spotting and pain will continue after transfer. so please doctor i need explanation.
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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Hello mam, it is common after ovum pick up to have spotting and pain because it is an invasive procedure. This will subside eventually and you can have ET done according to the schedule defined by your doctor. Wish you all the best.
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