Bleeding after Iui?


Some bleeding after having a IUI is normal. If bleeding is heavier than just spotting, and you are experiencing cramps, consult your doctor. Less than 1% of women experience an infection after the IUI. IUI is the term for intrauterine insemination, a procedure that involves placing sperm inside a woman’s uterus to facilitate fertilization. The goal of the IUI is to increase the chance of sperm that reaches the fallopian tubes to increase fertilization and chances of pregnancy.
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The heavy bleeding lasts about a week after childbirth and then begins to slow down from there. You may find the bleeding increases if you are up and moving around and doing too much
after iui symptoms.
Estrogen plays a major role in the functioning of the ovaries as well as lubricating the vagina. With low levels of estrogen after menopause, lubrication may have all but vanished
I hope by now the question is no longer relevant and that you're pregnant and the pregnancy is well. Light bleeding after IUI is VERY common, so really you shouldn't worry about it.
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