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I am 7 Days past 5 day 2 perfect blastocyst transfer and test this morning showed very faint positive. Is this a good sign?
Too early: The possibility of pregnancy is there but still to early to tell remember spontaneous abortion can take place up to 16 weeks therefore is quite early to tell, if this is going to be a viable pregnancy. Reason why you doctor sees you every 3 to 4 weeks during your pregnacy and follows intra uterine growth with sonograms. ...Read more
No: The window of implantation appears to close at about noon on day 6 post-retrieval. While there may be occasional pregnancies, the success rate drops significantly. I am not sure why you or your doc would want to transfer on day 7, but it is almost certainly a poor idea. ...Read more
4 days after blastocyst transfer, is it normal to have nauseas and in general stomache issue taking food?
Follow up: You need close follow up with your provider, call today to discuss these concerns. ...Read more
I had day 5 et on 13thoct blastocyst ready to hatch.Today 17th oct I have got some spotting, I am very worried. Please advice?
Blastocyst: Spotting is extremely common in the weeks following et, i tell my patients to expect a little - so do not be alarmed. Have you called your own ivf doctor? If you are worried you should let him/her know, they'll help you. ...Read more
Hi, i had day 5 embryo at blastocyst stage grid bc transfer and today is 5 days pass the transfer i don't any symptoms does this means negative .
Had a blastocyst transfer a week ago, but yesterday when i wipe after the loo it had brown discharge and today it turned pink what could this be.?
Is p4 level 11 on the transfer day of 6-day blastocyst in FET cycle too low to support successful implantation? What are minimum & optimal p4 levels?
Have you ever heard of someone thawing out day 3 frozen embryos, growing them out to blastocyst, doing pgd, re freezing, then unfreezing for transfer?
Healthtap Prime: This is a very specific question requiring a high level of expertise. I recommend using Healthtap Prime to speak with a specialist in this area. I suggest Dr. Colin Smikle in California. https://www.healthtap.com/#experts/11885726-dr-collin-smikle ...Read more