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After Embryos Transfer Vomit
There are three early signs of pregnancy. First is a sense of being tired or fatigued. Second is a change in appetite; some people notice increased hunger some people notice nausea and some people have both LOL
The third most common symptom is breast tenderness. They can feel full or there could be tingling or sensitivities.
A person could be pregnant without any of these symptoms but with one or two of them or all three. Symptoms you're complaining of our hopeful but may also be a side effect of all the Progesterone we give ...Read more
That would depend on: The illness and how severely ill the mother is. If the mother has a cold — the baby should be just fine. There are some specific diseases that can impact a fetus. Take care. ...Read more
78 day preg. Abdominal pain 50th day onwards, scanning found one healthy fetus, another shell also found but not sure. Still, pain&vomiting. Any prob.?
Pregnancy and pain: It sounds as if you conceived with some type of assisted reproduction since you had twins. If you had ivf and more than 2 embryos were transferred or you underwent ovarian stimulation with medications, you could have a heterotopic pregnancy (pregnancy in the uterus and in the tube as well). It may also be due to the treatment as well. You should be monitored carefully to make sure all is well. ...Read more
I'm 8w pregnant I believe I had food poisoning off an onion soup constant vomiting/diarrhea for 24H 6H after eating soup. Symp gone. Fetus ok?
What you described is not likely to have any ill-effect on the fetus. For the sake of your and your baby's health, you should be under the care of an obstetrician for ante-natal care.
Wish you good health and a healthy baby!
For good health — Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
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Great question: In most cases we do not know. Some reasons: 1) poor quality, old, or abnormal embryo, some estimate only 1 embryo in 4 will be successful, 2) inappropriately developed endometrium, which can happen if too much/too little Progesterone before transfer, 3) bad placement or rough/difficult transfer. Many things we still do not know! ...Read more
Several possibilites: Most likely it is your period starting. It can also be implantation bleeding or irritation of the cervix as well. Do not make any assumptions. You should follow the instructions from your doctor for medications and blood work. ...Read more
FET calendar: Making certain that your endometrium (uterine lining) is correctly prepared for when the embryo(s) are transferred. ...Read more
6-to-7 days old: A fertilized egg/embryo always implants in the uterus when it is between 6-to-7 days old. ...Read more
Several things: Bleeding post transfer can be caused by a friable, or cervix that's bleed easy, a small bleed behind the gestational sac, following intercourse, the loss of a twin and/or signs of an early miscarriage and a difficult et. If you have any bleeding, contact your doctor immediately. And remember, it may not be a bad sign. Probably would consider starting Progesterone to help quiet the uterus. Good luck. ...Read more
Very common: I can't guarantee its normal, but its extremely common. Good luck! ...Read more
Several things: Bleeding 2 weeks post transfer can be caused by a friable, or cervix that's bleed easy, a small bleed behind the gestational sac, following intercourse, the loss of a twin and/or signs of an early miscarriage. If you have any bleeding, contact your doctor immediately. And remember, it may not be a bad sign. Probably would consider starting Progesterone to help quiet the uterus. Good luck. ...Read more
Probably: Bleeding 3 days post transfer can be caused by a friable, or cervix that's bleed easy, a small bleed behind the gestational sac, following intercourse, the loss of a twin and/or signs of an early miscarriage and a difficult et. If you have any bleeding, contact your doctor immediately. And remember, it may not be a bad sign. Probably would consider starting Progesterone to help quiet the uterus. ...Read more
Several reasons: The bleeding could be due to several possibilities. It could be your menses coming on, a pregnancy loss, implantation bleeding or even from local irritation from vaginal progesterone supplements. You should follow your clinic's instructions for your medications and blood work, and not be afraid to call them if you have questions or concerns. ...Read more
Possibly: Although up to 23% of women can bleed in early pregnancy, bleeding 11 days after embryo transfer may indicate that the transfer was not successul and you are not pregnant and/or an early sign of a miscarriage or what is called a biochemical pregnancy. You should get a blood HCG level to help determine what is going on. Failed implantation and/or miscarriages are more common as women get older. ...Read more
>5: If this is indeed 15 days and you are getting a blood test, it should be starting to rise over 5. I have had it done and feel for you. ...Read more
Not sure: Generally, nine days after an embryo transfer, you draw your blood for a HCG level. Most clinics do not measure estrogen. If the results are low, it is generally indicative that you may not be pregnant. At our clinic, even if the levels are low, we repeat them in 3-4 days, "just to be sure". Sometimes, but not often, low e2 or HCG levels can result in a good pregnancy. Good luck. ...Read more
If you're having heavy bleeding I would be concerned you've lost both the embryos.
With heavy bleeding that usually represents loss of progesterone which occurs if the pregnancy doesn't take.
Just for clarification: Heavy bleeding would be like a normal period amount of bleeding. I would recommend you talk to your doctor if you're having heavy bleeding. ...Read more
Need help: I do not sound right you must call her physician ...Read more
Usually up to 10 day:
Usually up to 10 days
I wish you well. ...Read more
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