"Okay I am starting this as I am a little worried (ok, ALOT worried) and would love anyones experiences here, good or bad!
We recently did an ivf cycle and on 8/30, we transferred 3- 3day embryos'.
Got our BFP on HPT 9/6 at 10dpo
30dpo: 880 :((
at 30dpo, we should be 6w1d.... had ultrasound done, and all they found was a tiny gestational sac measuring 3mm.....
having another beta done at 33dpo, and anoth..."
"our story is a struggle with a happy ending:
4 IUI - BFN
5 IUI - BFN
2001-2006 ~ break for us! (and I went back to college and got my BS)
1 IVF - chemical pregnancy
1 IVF - BFN
1 IVF - chemica..."
"this is normal :)
While some have a few symptoms, a few have practically none.
We did a 3dt with our last ivf cycle. I had no symtoms until after day 30! And that was only cramping.
I am currently 5w4d, and still the only sy..."
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