Do you mean.... ..Tests preparing for ivf, or once you are pregnant? Minimal preliminary tests include blood, evaluation of uterus and ovaries, uterine cavity, and usually a mock transfer - in specific cases more testing may be done. After conception earlier monitoring with blood and ultrasound is common to determine fetal number and confirm location.
Tests. Before undergoing ivf, the most common tests look at ovarian function- day 2/3 fsh and estradiol, antimullerian hormone level, and antral follicle count: uterine function - saline sonogram or hsg; sperm function - semen analysis. The information from these tests will help to determine your chance for conceiving with an ivf cycle. It isn't absolute but gives you options to consider.
Ivf pregnancy 5wks light bleeding after involuntary morning orgasm -am I still ok? (previous heavy bleed 11days, positive test confirmed ok 2days ago)
Needs evaluation. Bleeding in pregnancy is common but not normal. It always requires an evaluation by your doctor. You need to confirm that you have a viable pregnancy located inside of the uterus.
Alot like natural. With a singleton ivf pregnancy the do's/dont's are pretty much the same as with a natural pregnancy; if you are on Progesterone supplementation you must of course continue that. Beyond that, make sure you are following your doctor's instructions, call their office whenever you are not sure.
Mostly like natural. I'm not certain I understand what you're asking, but pregnancy symptoms are related to the pregnancy not how you got that way. In other words, if you account for possible multiples, and for the fact that ovaries are stimulated in ivf, the symptoms are the same as in a natural pregnancy.
IVF pregnancy. = pregnancy resulting from In Vitro Fertilization.
I have had tv u/s after IVF pregnancy at 6 w 5 days (h/r 110), 7 w 4 days (h/r 130) and 8 w 4 days (h/r 140). The h/r seem slow. Is this a concern?
No. Who told you that 130-140 is slow? Do not believe them, and if you're getting your info from the internet - do yourself a favor and stop. Normal fhr in the first trimester can be anywhere from about 120-170 or so, and that's all pregnancies not just ivf. Good news!
Normal. While it is understandable to be worried after all you have been through to get pregnant, you are overthinking this one. Try to relax and enjoy your pregnancy and congrats!
See below. Not sure what you are asking. In order to get pregnanct by ivf you usually take a series of daily injections to stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple eggs. When the eggs are mature they are removed and placed in a dish with the sperm. 3-5 days later they are put back into the uterus. The pregnancy rate depends most on the woman's age. Pregnancy after is treated like a regular pregnancy.
IVf. Same as for most other pregnancies.
No. There is no reason to have extreme thirst. Are you eating high salt diet and that would trigger thirst. If you are pregnant and very thirst then a simple lab test and urine may be warranted. Also you may need your blood sugar tested. Suggest contact your OB.
Not easy; seek help. Psychological support from friends and family. Counselors are available & your fertility clinic can give recommendations. Some connect with others with infertility or pregnancy loss in online communities. Medically - talk to your md about possible causes for miscarriage and testing options, we usually offer miscarriage testing with 2 losses. Some causes can be treated to prevent loss. Best wishes.