The only real symptom I had was mild cramping, and that didn't really start until the end of my 2ww. Other than that, my breasts were much less tender after my IVF than the previous two times I got pregnant naturally. As a matter of fact, even after I got a positive blood test, I kept thinking something was wrong because of the lack of symptoms. Well, it wasn't, and my daughter is now 2 years old! Sending you lots and lots of baby dust!
I had no symptoms. Just cramping from progesterone and ovaries stim shrinking down. I was worried it didnt work.
I listened the Dr and bed rested a few days avoided sex exercise and lifting. I did try the pineapple core but screwed it up and did it late. ;-). cut out all caffeine and loaded up on h20. Good Luck
I'm pushing fluids resting every chance I get got a pineapple today but ididnt know I couldn't eat the meat part just core I likethe whole thing no heavy lifting but if it don't happen I will try again due to the findings that was discovered this cycle!!!!
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