Dizziness Accompanied By Nausea, Vomiting After Insemination Program?
Good afternoon Doctor, I want to ask about the insemination program
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Artificial insemination is an attempt made by couples who want to have children or have difficulty in producing natural fertilization. You must already know how the procedure of artificial insemination is, where the couple will first consult with a gynecologist (usually a fertility expert / fertility expert) and the doctor will conduct a health interview and conduct examinations, both for women and men.
Before doing this artificial insemination, men will be asked not to have sex or expel semen for about 5 days (to get the best sperm quality), and women will be given fertilizers that will stimulate ovulation / release of eggs from the ovaries . It is within 24 hours of ovulation that insemination will take place. The semen released by men will be 'filtered / washed' first to eliminate chemicals that can cause discomfort in a woman's stomach and get the best sperm. After that, the sperm will be inserted into a woman's uterus using a tube / catheter inserted from the vagina.
In this process, some women will feel discomfort in the lower abdomen or feel like cramps, but this is not always the case. So, you don't need to worry if you don't feel cramps like in the previous procedure. For complaints of dizziness, nausea, and vomiting that you experience, it could be related to the side effects of insemination or not related to the insemination process that you live. Some side effects on the act of insemination caused by the presence of prostaglandins in semen. This substance can cause inflammatory reactions and can also cause symptoms such as stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, and fever. Therefore, the process of 'washing' sperm also plays a role in the success of insemination and reduces side effects. However, the condition you are experiencing can also be caused by other conditions in your body, such as fatigue, stomach ulcers, or due to the influence of hormonal drugs that you consume (eg fertility drugs, injection of hCG hormones, etc.).
The success of insemination itself varies greatly, and does not only depend on the condition of the woman. Normal sperm count, sperm motility, and sperm shape are also equally influential in the success of insemination. In women, ovarian function, obstruction in the channel to the uterus / fallopian tubes, and other conditions in the uterus can affect this success. Usually, you can do a home pregnancy examination through a pregnancy test within 2 weeks after insemination, or to be more accurate, you can check yourself back to your obstetrician within 2-4 weeks after insemination.
If insemination is unsuccessful, insemination can be tried again, usually up to 3-6 times until the doctor recommends that you and your partner try other fertilization efforts, such as in vitro fertilization programs. If you still want to try insemination, the cycle can be done immediately after the first cycle fails (for example, the next month when ovulation occurs). But you need to consult with your doctor first, because there are certain conditions that can inhibit, for example, irregular ovulation every month, so you have to find out again when your eggs mature and a program to trigger the release of eggs.
That's all, hopefully it's useful, and hopefully your efforts and your partner will soon produce results.
dr. Sheryl Serelia.