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ZolaBuddleia Fri 05-Apr-13 16:21:27

I've had dodgy cycles for about 4 months, in response to which my GP has done a hormone test and a thyroid test, both of which have come back fine. I'm seeing the gynaecologist next month for a routine check anyway, but my GP has asked him to do an internal scan to check things out while he's that neck of the woods. I had a hysterosalpingogram before DD, so 3.5 years ago.

The GP knows I'm TTC, are there any other tests that would be routine in this circumstance? DP had a sperm count test before DD and that was fine too.

Happilymarried155 Fri 05-Apr-13 16:47:23

I had an internal scan and a hycosy and blood tests.

I think you will have to have these done again regardless of you having them done 3.5 years ago, same goes for dh SA things can change in that time! How long have you been ttc for?

Good luck!

ZolaBuddleia Fri 05-Apr-13 16:58:48

Sorry, wasn't clear. Only the sperm analysis and hystero were 3.5 years ago, everything else was within the last 3 weeks.

What is a hycosy?

Happilymarried155 Fri 05-Apr-13 17:27:39

Hycosy is the one where they put dye through your tubes to see if have any blockages, the size and shape of your uterus and if you ovaries are the right size and have eggs! smile

ZolaBuddleia Fri 05-Apr-13 17:53:36

Is that different to a hysterosalpingogram? There was definitely squirting of dye up the business end!

ZolaBuddleia Fri 05-Apr-13 17:55:00

Ah, Nurse Google tells me they're interchangeable terms.

Happilymarried155 Fri 05-Apr-13 18:01:43

Ah thought they were similar! How long have you been ttc?

ZolaBuddleia Fri 05-Apr-13 18:36:49

About 5 months, then my cycle went haywire. I'm anxious to get on with it as I'm 42, and the random brown staining and pink bleeding have been really frustrating me. Started B complex about 2 weeks ago.

ZolaBuddleia Fri 05-Apr-13 18:46:14

Sorry, am crap at writing today! We started trying 5 months ago, just before my cycle went strange.

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