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Twinges after embryo transfer, should I be concerned?

Probably not. Generally you would like an embryo transfer to go without any bleeding, cramping or discomfort; however, a few twinges should not generally effect the success of the transfer and subsequent implantation rates. I would suggest that you be on intramuscular Progesterone injections to quiet your uterus and to give you the maximum chance for implantation and a successful pregnancy. Good luck. Read more...

Ten days after embryo transfer and tommy looks bigger than as usual what could be the problem or is all well?

Likely normal. We call ovulation induction controlled ovarian hyperstimulation. The ovaries get large and leak fluid giving impression of enlarged abdomen. As long as not very bothersome or not large weight gain can ignore. If ?'s call your dr. Read more...