I just underwent a faild IVF, I am soo sad and worried about not having my period yet. I took Dydrogesterone (Duphaston) for 5 days to help me get it faster but it did not!, now I am taking 2mg estradiol with 10 mg dydrogesterone (Femoston).
Does any one know how long it takes to get the period?
I had an fet on Feb6 th on my birthday the 15th I found out I got a bfn. My period started Feb 19th and I haven't had one since. A couple weeks ago I went in for an ultrasound and bloodwork and was told I had a cyst slowing things up. I waited another week then was prescribed provera to help things along. I am waiting a few more days then calling my doc again. They did tell me all the meds mess with your bodies natural cycle. It's pretty frustrating I'm wanting to start round two of ivf and am in a holding pattern for now.
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