my 2nd ICSI was failed on 19/8, during the next ovulation i have some brownish spotting and it last for 6 days , i expect my next period on 16/9 but it doesn't show up yet, is already 10 days late, could i be pregnant or the medicine left over in body that cause the problem? yesterday i have light brownish when i wiped, does anyone have the same experience?
Hey Willyyo, I may not have the exact answer. But as i know, after a failed IVF, period wont be late in most cases. My ICSI failed on 9/12, i started my flow on 9/16. However now is my ovulation time and i still see brownish spotting everyday, even when i pee. so i dont know whats going on. did you call your doctors office?
Hi, I actually got my period on the beta day，this is my next period. Anyway, period came today but is very little like spotting instead. I didn't bother to call my doctor as I just tested Hpt today and it is negative:( , how I wish I'm pregnant. I'm like you brownish spotting during ovulation day , maybe you should call your doctor too. Good luck to you
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