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What causes abdominal pain after blastocyst transfer?

Hi,
I am 29 days post blastocyst transfer and I have had 2 positive pregnancy tests. I got mild late onset OHSS but since that has been resolving I am getting increasingly painful in the lower left abdomen and today pain in my back upto my lower ribs on that side. Not constant but imobilising pain when it comes.
Wed, 25 Jun 2014
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Hi,

Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

I have read your query and understand your concern.

You seem to be having left renal or ureteric stone. You need to get an ultrasound of your abdomen to look for the stone and it will also, at the same time, look at the status of your pregnancy. You need to show your gynac along with these reports for a clinical evaluation to help reach a diagnosis.

Further management will depend upon the exact location, size and number of these stones, if any, and any associated findings in the usg.

Hope I have been helpful.

Regards,
Dr. Ashish Verma
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What causes abdominal pain after blastocyst transfer?

Hi, Welcome to HealthcareMagic. I have read your query and understand your concern. You seem to be having left renal or ureteric stone. You need to get an ultrasound of your abdomen to look for the stone and it will also, at the same time, look at the status of your pregnancy. You need to show your gynac along with these reports for a clinical evaluation to help reach a diagnosis. Further management will depend upon the exact location, size and number of these stones, if any, and any associated findings in the usg. Hope I have been helpful. Regards, Dr. Ashish Verma