"you only probably had spotting? they said that wasa good sign but i had full on period. it's my 11th day post transfer and had tried preg test again but it was negative again :( i guess i'll just have to wait 'till tomorrow for my beta. ..."
"thank you much for the reply i feel better now. i had a 5 day transfer and my blood test is due this coming monday. my period had stopped this morning. my abdomen feels a bit funny that i get shooting pain but it goes away and abdomen no..."
I am so sorry to hear your news. I don't know how long you have been trying, but I am hoping this is just a small step backwards in your dream of having a child. I tried for many years and had many failed transfers w/ donor eggs before we finally had success with donor embryos. I am hear to listen if you need an ear... Please look for support from the ladies on hear, seriously, they are amazing!!!!!
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