My Sister, had 2 embryos transferred couple of weeks back. Today or tomorrow will be her Beta HCG Test. Till now she had no spotting, and has symptoms like low back pain, nausea, frequent urination. I was just anxious if she has been able to concieve as this is her second IVF attempt. In the first attempt there was heavy spotting and HCG tests were negative. Please advice.
This is my second IVF also. My beta is 8/6. On my first, about a week before beta, I had some brown spotting for about four days. The IVF was a BFN (big fat negative) but AF(period) never came till five days after I stopped the progesterone shots. Some people have AF while on progesterone and some don't. Also some people have spotting when they are pregnant. It is hard to try to guess what it might be. We will hope she is pregnant. I hope you will keep us informed. If you don't mind me asking how old is she, how many eggs did she transfer, and on what day did she transfer (3,5,or 6). Sorry about all the questions. Let us know how it goes. SSBD!!
Iam currently preg after FET. My first transfer ended up negative, second attempt I had chemical preg, did not get any implantation bleeding. this time I did not have any implantation bleeding, but for past 2 days I have had brown spotting and today I am having red discharge. Its not heavy, no cramping, doc says not to worry. 2 days before my beta I started feeling nausea, and frequent urination started few days later. I have an appointment tomorrow morning.
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