I found out I was pregnant after an HSG. Nightmare! I hadnt gotten a period in 8 months, so the doctor assumed I was fine but she was wrong.

I must have been about 3 weeks at the time of the HSG. I am now 9 weeks and have been getting ultrasounds every week to ensure all is well. Everything appears to be going well so far. I am a nervous wreck about the long term implications for this baby.



Does anyone have any insight? It has been hard to find information on this topic!

Thank you in advance!
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replied November 19th, 2017
Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
This is a difficult situation, I agree with you.Moreover there is no such documentation regarding similar circumstances.The fetus definitely had an X ray exposure which is theoritically harmful for it.And neither USG nor MRI can detect the defects in 100% cases.So, you need to be counselled about it.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.


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