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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    I've rung about 6 clinics in Melb and haven't found anyone. I'm due to book in for one this week. I'd love to know if you find somewhere! Good luck!!

    I have mine booked at women's ultrasound Melbourne but they do not sedate and am freaking out about the pain as my gynecologist told me its more painful for women who have not fallen pregnant before.

    That's why i am trying to look around for one that sedates.
    Looks like i might just toughen up.

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    It's quite painful but it's over quickly. I'm the worlds biggest sook when it comes to pain, my tolerance is very low! I did cry a little as it was pretty intense but the really painful but was over in about 5 mins. I felt pretty wiped out afterwards though so get someone to take you home and rest. The good news is I fell pregnant naturally not long afterwards when IVF didn't work for me so I was very thankful I did it! And then when I went through labour I realised the TP pain was nothing haha.
    Good luck, you will be fine 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by chanti22 View Post
    I have mine booked at women's ultrasound Melbourne but they do not sedate and am freaking out about the pain as my gynecologist told me its more painful for women who have not fallen pregnant before.

    That's why i am trying to look around for one that sedates.
    Looks like i might just toughen up.
    I had the procedure without sedation, just some panadol an hour before. The actual flush didn't hurt but the anchoring balloon that they inflate took my breath away. I think if you have blocked tubes that they attempt to open, then it can be more painful. The actual painful bit (that I experienced) lasted maybe 20-30s. I felt fine as soon as the balloon was deflated and drove myself home straight after.
    Hth


 

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