slight bleeding at this stage is usually implantation bleeding. try not to worry, because stress won't help you any. if the bleeding is heavy or accompanied by pain and especially if there are clots, that's when you need a check up. i had massive bleeds early in this pregnancy, with pain and i'm now over 29 weeks pregnant with a boy and all is well. think positive, there's something to be said for mind over matter. matter in this case by the way, sounds entirely normal. and the crying could be your hormones.
Its hard to say.I understand your frustrating not knowing.not all women experience implantation bleeding it isnt common.Im crossing my fingers for you that its implantation,in the mean time try to take it easy,and rest as much as possible.best of luck.
implantation bleeding is usually light, and lasts between 1-3 days. heavier doesn't sound promising...mind you, does depend how heavy we're talking. try to take it easy. you can always try again IF it didn't work this time.
i just want to share with you guys. Four days ago my wife experience brown spot. Then I try to found out and met with you guys. It was four days ago. My wife just had a blood check this morning and her HCG 219 above the minimum required 50. She is now pregnant. So an on and off brown spot should be a good sign. Hopefully this help. On my side, we pray every night for this. Scientific wise, we already did our best. So now there is one man we asked namely God. I am not trying to be religious. But what else can you do? Oh, almost forget, my wife took acupuncture for 6 months and this increase the chance up to 25% since IVF has the chances of 33.3%. So probability wise it is 58% theoretically. I hope this can help you guys. Just do your best and let God do the rest.
i had embrio transfer on the 17th sept but started bleeding after 10 days at first it was more of a brown colour but its the 3rd day today and its getting more red, i have to do a test next week, but am really worried, and can not afford a 2nd attempt, after reading comments i dont think this is normal.
I bled for several weeks after my first embryo transfer and towards the end because of a low lying placenta. Well, I had a healthy baby boy, and he's now almost 2 years old. I had my 2nd embryo transfer last month, and low and behold I am bleeding again, but no pain or clots. I have had 2 positive pregnancy tests, so I wouldn't get too worried.
on 9th day of my embryo transfer, i started to bleed lightly but two days after iam bleeding heavily with lower tummy pain and this tummy pain i had never experienced even when i have normal period, my pregnancy test is due on 27th, I am very worried but reading your comment about massive bleeding and even though you are pregnant giving me positive feeling. Can you please write in more details how heavy was your bleeding and after how many days of transfer you were bleed?
am heavily bleeding now after Ten days of my embryo transfer it started littel three days ago and today 21 octorber is so so heavry bleeding am so scared i dont kn what to do friday 24 octorber is for me to check if it positive or not. Pls help me
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