Having Blood Spots A Few Days After The Act Of Insemination?
, 3 days ago I inseminated after insemination day 2 and 3 happened at the time of the chapter, was that dangerous?
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Insemination is a medical procedure that aims to trigger pregnancy in couples who experience infertility or infertility. This procedure is done by inserting good sperm cells into the uterus through the cervix at 1-2 days from the time of possible ovulation. This action aims to make it easier for sperm cells to reach the ovulated egg. The success rate of this action will increase in repeated insemination.
This action is not complicated and safe. So that the adverse effects encountered are very rare. The stomach cramps only felt a few moments after the action. Spotting of blood can also occur, but does not affect the success of the action. You do not need to worry, blood spots are normal after the action. Spots that come out during bowel movements associated with increased pressure in the stomach, causing increased pressure on the uterus. However, still be careful if the spots become active bleeding so that you are dizzy dizzy, weak and pale immediately seek medical help. However, this has never been reported to occur after insemination.
In order to increase the likelihood of successful actions, eat nutritious foods, do regular exercise, get enough rest and manage stress well. This will cause an increase in body health. A healthy body will produce eggs and the uterine lining which is good for pregnancy preparation.
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