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719902 tn?1334165183

Asherman's syndrome

I am wondering how I would know if I had Asheman's syndrome??

It has been 4 months since my d&c in Dec.  For the first 2 months, we used the POM.  For the last two months, we have actively ttc.  I know 2 months is not a long time, but with my 6 previous pregnancies, it happened immediately (first month of trying).  So I am a little concerned that even w tracking temps and BDing, before, on, and after ovulation day, I am still not pregnant.  

My surgery went fine and I had almost NO pain or recovery.  How would I know if there was scarring that is preventing me from gteting pregnant easily?
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961574 tn?1520648103
mhv
Has your af changed at all?  Lighter, different color?
I had Ashermans, I notice severe cramping, change in af, ect...
If you have Any more questions... let me know! : )
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134578 tn?1614729226
The way to diagnose Asherman's for sure is by uterine MRI.  
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719902 tn?1334165183
The only change I've noticed is that my cycle was longer than ever, but that only happened once, and only by a few days.  I guess I will wait a few more months and if i'm not pregnant I will mention my concerns to my doctor.  Would just like to able to rule it out.
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