Had my IVF transfer last Friday. They transfered 4 embryos and now I am playing the waiting game with fingers and toes crossed. When does implantation usually occur and what symptoms, if any, would I experience? I have had an upset stomach and a few minor abdominal cramps over the last two days. Don't know if this is something to be concerned about.
I agree with Hoping123. I read that implantation occurs around day 7, so I am not quite sure why they recommend bed rest immediately after the transfer and for 2 days after that. My doctor said that the embryos couldn't slip out (I asked him-I'm sure he's been asked that a million times before). I didn't have any implantation bleeding with my first pregnancy (ended in m/c at 6 weeks), and am not having any bleeding with this round of IVF. I have my blood serum pregnancy test on Thursday, so wish me luck and blow lots of baby dust my way!
I had implantation bleeding day 12 after my transfer I also had sore breasts right away (so did a friend) I miscarried but she went onto have a baby. With this IVF no implantation bleed. Thought for sure I was not pg - was shocked when they called and I was! I didn't have any symptoms for a while
according to my nursing books implantation can occur any where between 6-12 days post ovulation. some women can experience many of the signs of menses and possibly an implant bleed. the implant bleed is usually very light and lasts only a day or a little more.
Had my HcG level test this morning. BFN. I had hoped for the best, since this time they did ICSI and the little guys looked better than round 1. Now waiting for AF to make her lovely appearance. Gonna go take a nap-that always makes me feel better. :(
i am so sorry! i know the disappointment. what is your next step? will you try again? when my ivf didnt work the first time i came home and told everyone i would never do that again and there i was the next month doing it again. i wish the best for you and your husband.
Yes, we will go for another round. I am not completely frustrated yet (must have a high tolerance level, that will come in handy when it does work!) I hope you and the twins are doing well. You are in my thoughts and prayers. :)
My name is Holly. I am 20 years old. I am planning on going off the pill (i have been on it for 3 years now) in November. I hope to get pregnant right away so I can give the news to my in-laws and my parents as an xmas gift. Do people usually have problems conceiving the first few months they go off the pill? How does it work? I also want to lose weight before I have a baby. As it is I am not comfortable in my skin. If anyone has suggestions or would like to chat, please email me at butterfly_baybee2005***@**** I will respond to everyone!
Also, will you only conceive on certain days of the month? I can use as much information as I can
My name is Amanda and I am 23 years old. My husband and I just decided to go off the pill (I have been on it for 5 years now). My ovulation date was around Sept 14.....since about the 18th or 19th I have been experiencing slight cramping....I've also noticed that the veins especially in my breasts are much more visible. I got what I thought was my menses on the 23rd....started with just some spotting, then a little heavier, and now back to spotting....Could this be implantation bleeding? Could I be pregnant? I'm new to this so I have no clue....someone please help me!!!!!
I had two rounds of frozen with no success. Just had a fresh round this tuesday. I have not had any bleedings, but lilttle menstural cramping. This is it for me. I am praying that this one works. I so want to be mom even it is just one healthy one. any thoughts on success rate on fresh emryos implantation?
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