I am sorry about the news you received. This is a hard road for many, unfortunately. My heart goes out to you. I think many long timers on this site would tell you to take to grieve, and then get right back into it.
6 months to a year is a long time in the fertility world.
I wish you much luck and success.
Here is a timeline to let you know what is going on :). Hope it helps!!
Days Past Transfer (DPT)
*One - The embryo continues to grow and develop, turning from a 6-8 cell embryo into a morula
*Two - The cells of the morula continue to divide, developing into a blastocyst
*Three - The blastocyst begins to hatch out of its shell
*Four - The blastocyst...
You posted your question on an old thread, you might want to start a new thread to get more responses. It is quite normal not to have any symptoms, or to have a ton of symptoms. This whole process is unpredictable, and no two cycles are the same. I had 0 symptoms during my 2ww, and I got a positive, so hang in there :) nwhen is your blood test??
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