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    Default Pain after egg pick up.. What's normal?

    Hi ladies
    I had epu on Friday and I'm still in a lot of pain. Feels like a stitch/bad period cramps. Worse towards the end of the day.
    Is this right? Walking is also not perfectly normal because of the pain when I move..
    How long does it take to get back to normal? I had 12 eggs collected but all up about 25 smaller follicles in there.. Would this pain be from ovulating the small ones still now?

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    When I had epu I had severe pain (as in every movement hurt and I was incredibly uncomfortable) for over a week after due to OHSS so I think that mild pain a couple of days after is normal. As long as you're not massively bloated i would think its ok but maybe just phone your clinic in the morning for peace of mind.

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    Thank you! Yes I'm so bloated too. My tummy is so hard from bloat. I will call in morning too but I don't think they open tomorrow..
    I'm meant to do a fresh transfer Wednesday but I'm worried with the pain it's not a good idea

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    I had a lot of pain, mostly immediately after EPU but it still hurt for 2-3 days afterwards. I had to have morphine after my first collection, I couldn't move without intense sharp pain. For my other collections the anaesthetist gave me more intravenous pain relief during the procedure so it wasn't as bad.
    Apparently I have very sensitive ovaries!

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    Don't mean to alarm but sounds like ohss. This is what I had after epu. I was advised to go to emergency after speaking to a nurse. I ended up staying in hospital for over a week trying to get back to normal. If bloating and pain are increasing and weight too (this can happen incredibly fast) get yourself checked. Best of luck

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    I had pain after pick up, but only once was OHSS. Takes me about 4 days to recover. But the OHSS time it took a couple of weeks but I had gotten pregnant which makes it worse.

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    Thanks ladies. I did weight myself yesterday and no weight gain yet. Been up a few times in the night going to wee. Which isn't normal for me but if I don't then the pain is worse with a full bladder!
    Will try get through to the clinic today and see what they say. But is a public holiday in wa so I don't think they be there!

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    If ur urine output is ok then u don't need to go to hosp, I had pain after my epu less when stay still!

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    How are you getting along op?

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    Hi ladies. I had my egg transfer and the day after I was in worse pain than before. I couldn't deep breath.. I was so bloated it was painful. I called the clinic who said keep drinking lots and eat protein.. Luckily after a nights sleep that bad pain went away and I'm not too bad now at all. I'm 3dp5dt and I think it kicks in again if you are pregnant? The hcg?
    So waiting to see if it happens again..

    I think it was the 6 clicks of ovidrel I had the morning of transfer that made the next day horrible!


 

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