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Hysteroscopy Athens - Part 3
« Reply #120 on: 24/02/16, 15:58 »
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    « Reply #121 on: 27/02/16, 12:29 »
    Thinking about cycling again but will need hysto first. Can you cycle straight after hysto once you've had a bleed?

    Chand x

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    « Reply #122 on: 28/02/16, 08:47 »
    Chandlerino yes - that's what I'm doing :)

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    « Reply #123 on: 28/02/16, 09:59 »
    Thanks Kathyliz, think I left it too long after hysto last time to reap the benefits.  Xxx

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    « Reply #124 on: 28/02/16, 10:03 »
    I think Pent said the benefits last for up to 6 months, but it makes sense to me that the sooner I start the better. Good luck x

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    « Reply #125 on: 7/03/16, 20:40 »
    Hello ladies,this is my first post here and I have a question,did anyone who had a hysteroscopy at serum got pregnant naturally after?I had a hysteroscopy 2hsg and one lap and I still haven't gotten pregnant but not with ivf serum
    Ofc,I'm wondering if getting the hysteroscopy at serum will really help me?!Of course when you want a baby and been battling infertility for 3years you should try and get any help you can but honestly we can barely afford ivf so I don't want to spend money on something that won't really help.

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    « Reply #126 on: 7/03/16, 20:53 »
    The hysteroscopy at serum includes implantation cuts, that is meant to increase the success rate as it really helps with implantation. Apparently the effect last 6 months, but I think it's best to start as soon as possible after, as you may want to get as many chances as possible.

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    « Reply #127 on: 7/03/16, 22:59 »
    Ty for the response mubee.

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    « Reply #128 on: 8/03/16, 07:17 »
    The hysteroscopy at Athens also includes removing anything that might be causing problems such as adhesions, polyps, scar tissue etc. There are no guarantees but they try to make sure your uterus is left in the ideal state for a pregnancy X

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    « Reply #129 on: 9/03/16, 21:18 »
    Hi

    I just wondered if anyone has booked John to taxi them around when you have your hysto? I've emailed him re availability and price based on taking me to and from airport and to and from serum/ Mitera hospital amd he says 160 euro. Seems a lot but we will be taking our 4 year old so would feel safer travelling around with him tbh. Just wondered what you thought of his service and is it worth it?
    Also and apologies as I haven't read back, I know it's been mentioned but can anyone recommend insurance in particular if there is a insurance company that specialises in fertility?
    Thanks
    Helen