I am on my second fresh round of IVF. (First round produced a healthy baby boy) I am 29 years old and the reason for IVF is male factor infertility. We transferred 2 blast's at day 5 and I am now 5 days post transfer and experiencing heavy bleeding with dark red blood for the past 24 hours. I called my RE and they did blood tests this morning and my prog. level was 2.5 and my estrogen level was extremely low as well. They suggested that I double the dose of prog. and begin using 4 estrogen patches. Common sense tells me this pregnancy attempt is over with and if so I would like to discontinue meds and get ready for a frozen cycle. My beta test is not for another 4 days and I don't want to give up but at the same time I don't want to waste my time taking a ton of meds if there is no chance. Thanks
My wife went through IVF and at week 5, she had brown discharge. When she goes to pee, just a little dark brown to like old blood comes out. I have read and was told by RN that it is normal when going through IVF. Just want a second opinion.
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