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Undergone IUI, abdominal pain, stomach bloating, constipation, leg pain. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hi, I m 28 years old and got married 6 years back. My husband has low sperm count because of which i have recently undergone IUI 7 days back. I have got my check ups done, and the reports say there is no problem with me. there is a severe pain in my lower abdomen and legs since yesterday and even since the day i have started Duphaston , my stomach seems to be bloated and i have a constipation problem. Please suggest. Also, is the abdomen pain related to pregnancy?
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum

It is too early to comment upon as you had IUI 7 days back.

It takes at least 11 days for the blood to show positive results for pregnancy.

Abdominal pain and bloating can be due to the procedure or associated gastritis and constipation.

Take liquid antacid gel which acts locally and does not interfere with pregnancy.

Cold milk will help to relieve your constipation and gastritis.

Wait for another week or 10 days and the situation will be clear.

Best wishes
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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