I know a lot of women don’t have pain and I spoke to the nurse and they are very offhand about it. She just said sure take codeine if you like - but looked at me suspiciously like I’m one of those complaining high maintenance patients (I’m not, I just have really sensitive cervix)
The thing is I’ve had 2 babies and 2 cesareans. My cervix has never been touched or opened. When I was 42w prg midwives tried to prise it open several times and it was horrifically painful
I’m planning on Valium and maybe endone before the ET
Has anyone tried something similar ?
Has anyone’s clinic done a dummy test run to check how the catheter interacts with her anatomy?.
Similar to a women pre childbirth having a IUD I think: some experience horrific pain
I also read a study where there was a direct strong correlation between pain during ET and pregnancy rates which makes me want to avoid pain even more.
Edited by AuntyJJJ, 18 January 2020 - 03:15 PM.