Am Pancras 29yrs, i and my husband did the ivf last about yr dec 2008 which i had 1embryos transfered after the transfer i had 8good more embryos frozen..But nothing happend, no pregnancy was achived it was so killing that i cried all through when i got my period...we did it again on the 27 of march out of the 8frozen embryos my doctor said 7of the embryos are good and one is week so we got 3embryos transferred my doctor said i had good embroys asin real good ones,,,so i had 4more of my embryos Frozen.after my second transfer. Am on the 2wwks now dose it mean am going to be pregnant since i had 3 GOOD embryos transferd? am worried my mother inlaw is on my neck for a baby,all that keeps coming to my mind is that i think am pregnant and the next thing is how about if am not pregnant am just worried,,,,,i need help pls
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