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Ovarian Cramps After Fet
I have no cramping or symptoms after my 6day FET and I'm on my 3dpt. Does this mean that it didn't take? Read that other people have had cramps
Wait and see: The lack of pain and cramps does not mean anything other than you are not having pain or cramps. Not being in pain is not an indicator of success or failure. Wait until your doctor instructed you to do a pregnancy test and then you will have your answer. Best of luck to you. ...Read more
I had a day 5 FET on 04/04/14, so I am currently 4dp5dt. I have had mild cramps in my lower left side on and off ever since. Is this normal?
TOO MANY: To name, and probably many we don't know about yet. It's extremely common and in my experience, never to worry. ...Read more
3rd day from my fet, by when the implantation will take place? Will I feel the cramp or any symptoms? Coz I don't feel any yet. Pls help! Tq.
Can carrying my 27 pound toddler jeapordize my chances of a successful FET 9 days after transfer of a 6 day blast? I'm having cramps on left side?
No: This cannot hurt your ET chances in any realistic way. ...Read more
I am day 10 of an FET I have cramping on my lower left side in the same spot could this be implantation cramps?
No: Implantation occurs 6-7 days after fertilization so with an FET this would've been 5 or more days ago. Good luck. ...Read more
For a FET 5 day blastocyst transfer, does embryo implantation cramping necessary, I have still no signs of cramps on the 4dpt?
Not necessarily: Embryo implantation usually causes no symptoms at all. So not having cramping does not mean you are less likely to get pregnant. Good luck! ...Read more
Hi I am 9 day post natural FET and having cramps and brown spotting since this afternoon. Is this means period? Is there any hope?
Pregnancy test: You will have to wait a few more days until you reach the 2 week post transfer time. Then you can check a pregnancy test and see what the results are. I wish you the best fortune ...Read more
Pregnant almost 6 weeks after fet. Period like cramps on and off no bleeding. With no pregnancy symptoms. Is this a sign that iam going to misscary?
Hi doc, is it ok to be having naval cramps on day 8, and white creamy discharge from day3-day 13 from an FET transfer with two three cell embryos?
The problem with subjective symptoms is that they are so subjective. Ultimately the proof will be in the pudding once you get a pregnancy test.
Hang in there.
Drg. ...Read more
I had my ivf on 29 may fet with two embroys. I am feeling mensus cramps from last many days... But my thyroid level increaes to 12. can I be pregnant?
I'm on 7pt5dt FET and had on and off mild cramps. However, yesterday, pressure on cramps got stronger, especially when walking or sitting up. Today, same pressure after peeing. No other symptoms. Is it possibly inplantation? No spotting either
Implant: It's possible but not knowing your complete history makes it difficult ti figure this one out. Could br be implsntation ...Read more
I am 25.i have ovarian dysfunction&irregular period. Completed egg retrieval (mini-ivf).how my pregnancy takes place after FET? About baby growth?
Need more info: When in the cycle was this drawn, why was it drawn, were any other tests done??? ...Read more
Did frozen embryo transfer yesterday. Is it normal to have very mild cramps today? What could that mean?
Yes: Anytime you put something into the uterus it may cause cramping and often times spotting. ...Read more
I am day 10 of an frozen embryo transfer I have cramping on my lower left side in the same spot could this be implantation cramps?
Doubtful: Implantation occurs 6-7 days after fertilization so with an FET this would've been 5 or more days ago. I am not saying you may not be pregnant, but implantation isn't happening 10 days after fet. Good luck. ...Read more
I have two children, one at 45, nursed, now 53, suddenly struck with ovarian discomfort and pressure, cramps? (celebate)
??????????????: As written your submission does not provide clear background information or ask a clear question. Please start over. Your submissions are not linked and the site docs cannot view uploaded information or prior questions. ...Read more
No... Menstrual cramps do not directly cause ovarian scarring. However, the presence of severe menstrual cramps, may be a sign of endometriosis. Endometriosis is a condition often associated with severe menstrual cramps, pelvic pain and also painful intercourse.
Endometriosis can often have an adverse effect on a woman's fertility. ...Read more
Ov. Cysts should not: An ovarian cyst may cause pelvic or lower abdominal pains but not "vaginal cramps". Most ovarian cysts are transient, functional and silent. .. and resolve spontaneously. Pain may be caused by cyst enlargement, bleeding within the cyst, twisting... and other factors which depend on the size, type, nature. ..of the cyst. Consult your gynecologist if you are concerned or your symptoms persist. ...Read more
I have really bad cramps and feeling sick, took a test came back neg, already had ovarian cysts. I been taking med for the pain but it comes back?
Cramps: Your cramps may be related to your ovarian cysts, which can sometimes grow and may even rupture, causing pain. You should see your gynecologist if the cramps get worse or persist since there may be other problems going on in your pelvic region including infection or other medical problems causing the cramps besides just the cysts ...Read more
Yes!: Some women have pain and some do not. If the cyst is large or contains blood, it may cause pain when it ruptures. ...Read more
Couple of weeks: It may take couple of weeks for the cyst to regress. ...Read more
The night after IVF ET, fresh transfer, I had strong cramps and ovarian pain for one hour. It is possible to have expelled the two embryos?
Unlikely: What a stressful time and source of worry! I would probably have called my fertility specialist if I were you, but expelling the embryos is unlikely. Many factors are working together to try to get them to implant, and these factors are stronger than you would think. I wouldn't worry about the cramps, etc. Just try to keep calm, breathe deeply, follow your doctor's instructions, and believe! ...Read more
I had an ovarian cyst in Sept and when I run I'll get cramps in my right where the cyst happened. I usually get cramps in my left side. Is this normal?
Possible: But improbable. 25% of all women have some sort of ovArian cysts. Most have no symptoms ...Read more
I have bad menstrual cramps only on the left side. Was diagnosed with an ovarian cyst 5 years ago.
Exclusively breastfeeding 9mo old baby. Day and night, on demand. Have not noticed fertile mucus or ovarian cramps (i used to).chance that I ovulate?
I have had an ovarian cyst rupture before and I think I have another cyst now, but I passed out yesterday and have had bad cramps all day. Er time?
Syncope: In general, if a symptom causes you to pass out, it is a good idea to be checked out by a physician. ...Read more
I get cramps while taking pills and irregular bleeding. Could it be endometriosis or ovarian cyst?
Yes and no: If by pills you mean birth control pills, then sometimes they can not help with irregular bleeding, they don't typically cause irregular bleeding separately. Endometriosis can definitely cause irregular bleeding, but birth control pills are used to treat it. Ovarian cyst, unless a cyst that makes estrogen typically doesn't cause bleeding. ...Read more
Intense Ovarian cyst cramps at night on two birth controls already (iud and lo estrin) is this normal?
Pelvic pain: While you may hurt in the area where ovaries lie, it is extremely rare to have cramps or pain from ovaries unless you have a very large cyst or are ovulating which your birth control pill would prevent. I would recommend being evaluated for another source of pain such as uterine cramping, intestinal cramps, musculoskeletal pain. Also, make sure you are drinking 2liters of water per day ...Read more
I have ovarian cysts on the left side and right side of ovary and it feels like menstrual cramps is that a bad sign?
Ruptured cyst: It is very common for ovarian cysts to rupture, and at that time, you can have abdominal cramping that feels like a period. This is nothing to worry about. If your pain is difficult to bear, however, or if you have a fever, or nausea/vomiting, then see your doctor. Best wishes. ...Read more
Had a laprascopic ovarian cystectomy 4 months ago, have started getting agonizing stomach cramps which are quite constant, could they be related?
Could severe cramps while running be caused by my ovarian cysts? I run often and these cramps usually only occur close to menstrual and last a while.
Possibly: Although the Cysts might be causing your cramps, more likely the cramping is menstrually related-that is related to hormonal changes occurring with your cycle. You need to follow up with a Gyn. You possibly need a thorough examination, hormone studies and Ultrasound to help define exactly what is going on. Generally, at your age, severe cramping is not unusual but can be helped. ...Read more
See your doc: Sounds like you have a few issues. You should see a gynecologist. What pills are you taking? A combined hormonal pill (birth control pill) may help all of your issues. Or if you are already taking one, maybe it should be changed. You need to be able to talk about these issues with your gyn. ...Read more
If an ovarian cyst twists can they save your ovary? I've been having bad pain, bloating & vaginal cramps.
YES, very often: "Twisting" can be partial or complete; intermittent or persistent. If surgery by laparoscopy or laparotomy has to be performed, there is a very good chance that your ovary can be saved. The recommendation now is not to remove the ovary even if it does not look very "viable"; it will frequently retain good ovarian tissue and remain functional. ...Read more
Bladder cramps at end of urine stream. Neg urine culture, 42yo f history of ovarian remnants, endo and adheasive disease. Total hyst in 1997. Ideas?
Rough pain below my abdominals on the left side, it is not menstrual cramp pain. I believe it is somewhere around my ovaries, is it an ovarian cyst?
Diagnosed with ovarian cyst 5 months ago. With believed on coming period, onset of 24 hour cramps. Wake up with very damp underwear. Water like. Why?
Unclear: It's unlikely that the water (if it was water) in the cyst from the ovary would be related to your discharge. If a cyst breaks and the water in it spills, it's going to typically spill in our abdomen, not down through your tube and then uterus and then out vagina. Cramping likely has to do with your menstrual cycle. Discharge is normal every day. If discharge smells or itches, see md for evaluat. ...Read more