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Signs Pregnancy After Embryo Transfer
Embryo transfer (also et, set. Fet, etc) refers to placing one or more human embryo(s) (multi-cell or blastocyst) into the uterus of a woman trying to become pregnant. Et is the final step in an ivf cycle, and is done in some other circumstances as well. It is extremely safe, mostly comfortable, and usually not technically difficult. Experts agree on its importance, but ...Read more
What are early signs of pregnancy after IVF and how much I should be careful after embryo transfer. Can I take complete bed rest or do household works?
Pos Pregnancy Test: Early signs of pregnancy are a positive pregnancy test with a missed period. After IVF you will be getting a blood pregnancy test 2 weeks after embryo transfer unless your period comes before that period. You do not need to rest after embryo transfer. You can do your routine work. I would avoid sexual activity and swimming for 24 hours. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ask your doctor!: - he/she wants to be the one answer your questions. I'd be very upset with a doctor that gave my ivf patients online advice, instead of asking me. ...Read more
I am on my day five after embryo transfer. My hormone levels are normal.I wonder what and what not should I eat to make my pregnancy a success?
I've developed a headache on day six after Embryo transfer and very tender boobs, could this just be the side effects of progesterone or pregnancy?
BOTH/EITHER: Good luck, HOPE (with you) that it is the latter!!) Dr Z ...Read more
Hopefully not!: An ectopic pregnancy is suspected in the following setting: 1. A patient is pregnant 2. Hcg levels are rising abnormally 3. Pain is present on one side of the other 4. There is findings on ultrasound of a mass or cystic area near one of the ovaries it would be very early to have symptoms this early after ivf and this is more likely related to an ovarian cyst - call your ob/gyn! ...Read more
12 days post embryo transfer with mild cramping and light bleeding. Is there still a chance for pregnancy?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
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