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Can You Feel Embryo Implantation
Uterus and embryos: Failed implantation is common. An aneuploid embryo, with abnormal chromosomes is likely the cause. A receptive uterus requires normal structure of the uterine lining and surrounding uterus. Hormone preparation and timing must be correct. The transfer procedure itself is sometimes problematic. Cycle monitoring, medications, and ultrasound are essential. Check with an expert in rei. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One common meaning refers to the process by which an embryo attaches to the uterus of a woman so that she is pregnant. Many think of it as 'sticking.' implantation in humans always occurs when the embryo is between 6-7 days old. A very popular concept on the internet now in 2012, 'implantation bleeding, ' is speculative ...Read more
Yes: Embryos can certainly die (stop growing) even following implantation. There are no symptoms except you will start a period at the usual time. ...Read more
Implantation bleed: Implantation bleeding happens 6-7 days after ovulation. Ovulation for mos women happens between days 12-16 from the first day of the period, on average 14 days. Therefore implantation bleeding can occur sometime between day 18 at the earliest and 22 at the latest (days 19-20 for most women). Of course there are exceptions but this applies to most regularly menstruating women. ...Read more
What is the range of E2 and P4 levels to assure "best probability" of implantation? Day before embryo transfer E2 was 182.2 and P4 was 35.9.
Normal: For progesterone the "range" is not so important as being above a certain level (no one is sure what that is tho!) Most docs would say 35.9 is plenty. You don't say whether frozen-or-fresh transfer, so the numbers can differ, but for a frozen (?) transfer anything between about 150-400 would be considered good. Ask your own doc for more specific answers about the plan, and good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Floating & growing.: The embryo floats down the fallopian tube and enters the uterus where it will implant itself in the uterine wall and establish a blood supply to the mother for further nourisment to continue its development. While floating through the fallopian tube, it has enough nourishment inherent in the egg to divide and grow. ...Read more
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