Hi everyone! I am on my first try at IVF and we just had ouf 5 day transfer of 1 embryo on Sunday. I'm 35 years old and my hormome levels were ridiculously low for someone my age.
I'm trying to stay positive but not get too far ahead of the process. This wait until my beta next Tuesday is going to drive me insane.
Should I be feeling any symptoms yet? All I have felt is gassy and bloated...I can't tell if I've had any cramping because of the gas pains I was having...
I don't think I had any symptoms yet at 3 dpt. Plus, I actually had less symptoms after my IVF (which was successful) than I did in my two previous pregnancies (which were natural pregnancies that ended in miscarriages). Only real symptom I had early on was mild cramping, and that started a few days before my beta test. Breasts were just barely tender, while they had been extremely sore the two previous pregnancies. By the way, I was also 35 when I had my IVF. Best of luck with everything!
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