Sourire... I wish I could get an HSG!! I hear that the test itself can sometimes result in a BFP soon afterwards. It is speculated that the dye cleans out blockages that the doctor never sees. Maybe that's what that short build up was with your left tube, perhaps the dye battered down a blockage? Science is so cool!!!
I realised after some googling last night that the test I got wasn't actually an HSG test! HSG is short for Hysterosalpingogram and the one I got was a Hysterosonogram.
The difference (according to google): during a hysterosalpingogram they inject dye into your uterus and use x-rays to look at where it goes. It is mainly used to look at your fallopian tubes & possibly unblock them. For a hysterosonogram they inject saline solution and look at it with ultrasound. Mainly used to find fibroids in the uterus and such. I've also read that a hysterosonogram hurts less.
Anyways the doctor I saw yesterday assured me that she could see the water flowing freely through my tubes (except for the few seconds where there was a bit of a blockage) so I don't need a hysterosalpingogram. Now that I know the difference between the two, I'm relieved that I got the hysterosonogram because it sounds much less scary overall!
Stevi - best of luck finding new donors! How do you plan to go about it?