HSG (Hysterosalpingiogram)

HSG, or Hysterosalpingiogram is a diagnostic test used to find out possible causes for infertility in women.  This test is an ex-ray procedure that is used to examine the fallopian tubes, uterus and surrounding area.

I’m working hard to bring you information about this procedure, and will continue to update this series in the coming days. I know before my HSG procedure, I would have liked to find a description of what happens before an HSG, what happens during the HSG test and what to expect after the HSG.

Please sign up for email updates to read more as articles become available about this procedure. In the meantime, you can read about my HSG experience here. Have you had an HSG? I’d love to hear about your experience – please drop me a note or leave a comment.

Some questions you might have about having a Hysterosalpingiogram:

  • What is the purpose of having an HSG?
  • What should I do before my HSG?
  • What happens during an HSG?
  • What can I expect after my HSG?
  • Is it true I may be more likely to get pregnant after an HSG?
  • What are the risks of having an HSG?
  • Where can I get an HSG done?
  • How much does an HSG cost?

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