Hello, hmmm I'm not really sure, personally speaking I've never really watched my weight gain during IVF. I do feel very bloated, and a little uncomfortable towards egg retrieval but I also take steroids during my treatment because of my high NK cells and I feel as though I put on a little weight last cycle - but then again, I got a BFP last time so I'm guessing there were additional hormones etc flying around my system than the times before. Sorry I can't be much help on this one...I'm a very petite person usually anyway weighing around 119 lbs so I don't really watch my weight, but as I mentioned I definitely gained a few pounds last time.
Welcome to our community! Hi there, I've sent you a friends request & hopefully we can support each other during the next few weeks. Do you know if you are on a long or short cycle? I'm a long one, so I won't have my retrieval until approx 1st oct, which seems ages away but I know will be here quickly. Take care :)
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