Post # 1
I know I haven’t been around in a while but let me give a little background.
I started my cycle on June 7. I then had a doctor appointment to look into getting clomid on June 11. My doctor wanted me to get tested. I had a fasting blood test as well as an HSG (which was horrible…I hated every second of it). I had the HSG on June 20. On June 22 I started having a full blown period. My doctor’s office said that the HSG could have “knocked a bunch of stuff out” but does that mean I need to start my cycle over starting on June 22 as CD1?
Post # 3
No, an HSG doesn’t cause your period to start. The doctor is right, it just cleaned out any old tissue or anything else that was ‘clogged’ up there.
Post # 4
I’m just confused as to why they did the HSG so late in your cycle. It’s normally performed between CD 7-10. To answer your question, if it’s a full blown period, yes, the 22nd would be CD1. Good luck!! FX.
Post # 5
They did it so late because when the hospital called to schedule it they asked me when my period ended and scheduled within the 10 day period from that…not from when my period started. I didn’t realize this was wrong until the day before so I had to drive an hour to get a pregnancy blood test so they could do the actual HSG the next morning. It was kind of hectic 😉
Post # 6
@Ms.Bookworm: Honestly. I think I would seek out a new doctor. AF may have just came early. But the fact that they did the HSG so late in your cycle is very alarming.