This morning I started with some pretty bad cramping/twinges especially on the left side. I am 8 days past 5 day transfer. Does this sound like af coming or is normal? Please let me know if this has happened to you or someone you know and still got a BFP!
I have had cramping ever since day of transfer (7dp3dt). I called the clinic Wednesday and told them about the cramping, they seem to think it was a UTI. I went in and had a urine culture and sure enough I had an UTI. Taking antibotics now and the cramping has stopped. Good luck.
Hey, it's totally normal to feel cramping. When I did my IVF last year I had it starting 3-4 post 5 day transfer and I ended up being pregnant. Also, my gestational carrier has been cramping too all throughout the tww and she is pregnant now. I really think it's a good thing. Carisa
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