I am 11dp5dt and have my beta tomorrow.
I have done 5 hpts at different stages and they have all been positive.
For a week I have been having period like pain on and off.
Just looking for reassurance that this is nothing to worry about?
Anyone had similar experiences?
Hiya I too got a BFP on Sunday from a frozen embryo transfer and I too was having cramps all through my tww I thought it was my af!!! They have settled down now although I still get the odd cramp!!! My re today said it's normal and to relax !!! Congrats on ur BFP xxxxx it's great to see such great news on thus site xxxxx
Hi everyone, I am new to this site....and was so pleased to find a site that I could relate to....I have a beautiful 2 1/2 year old son (IVF baby...worked on the first try) and just did a FET yesterday...only one embryo is what my husband and I had left, so we are praying really hard at the moment to receive wonderful news! Hubby has low count, and mobility. I remember being about 4 days into the transfer with my son and feeling crampy/pressure....I feel that now, but don't know if it means anything....like I said the transfer was yesterday....I am just trying to think positive and stay hopeful. This would be such a blessing as I am sure you can all relate to. Please write back with any info that may be useful...I am really interested in knowing if anyone who had a fet and who got pregnant results had any symptoms so early on....Thank you ladies!
This is an old post from 2010, so you might not get a lot of replies, but cramping can be a good sign :) bathe one thing that is normal about doing IVF/FET's is nothing is normal.
Keep the faith!!!! I really hope you get your BFP!!!
Fingers crossed!!! Please let me know!!
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