It can be quite normal. Brown blood is old blood so that is a great sign. Drink lots of water to keep your uterus hydrated. 80oz a day or more.
Call your doctor for sure, for peace of mind. They will probably do an u/s.
I bled/spotted from week 6 to 16 of my pregnancy. Red, brow, heavy, light. Pretty much ever day. My twins will be 3 in July. Hang in there! Drink 80oz's or more a day of water. It keeps your uterus hydrated!
I was pregnant at 44, and neither my mom nor my mom in law would come to ultra sounds due to fear of birth defects ect.... But no one has ever really said anything since they were born.
Enjoy your pregnancy and your baby!!!
I was diagnosed in Nov '14 with dcis. Due to strong family hx, a rapidly growing mass, and being only 47, I opted for a double mastectomy with reconstruction in Dec '15. My pathology report detected 6 areas of invasive cancer that were undetected. It also came back triple negative so tamoxifen isn't an option for me.
Good luck in your d...
Days Past Transfer (DPT)
One- The blastocyst begins to hatch out of its shell
Two - The blastocyst continues to hatch out of its shell and begins to attach itself to the uterus
Three- The blastocyst attaches deeper into the uterine lining, beginning implantation
Four - Implantation continues
Five- Implantation is ...
These are all normal things to have after an embryo transfer! Unfortunately, it doesn't tell one way or the other if you were successful. I have a chart I will post for you to te you know what is going on :)
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