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Sunday, August 24th 2008, 8:55am

RE: Embryo Transfer

Hi Lizzy, sorry you're feeling a bit lost, all this treatment does that to you, you just get swept along with it.
Just thought id share my story - Last year i had 2 grade 1 blastocysts transferred on day 5, but i didnt get pregnant. In July this year I had one grade 1 6cell and one grade 1 8cell transferred on day 3 and got my first ever BFP! I think you'll be just fine hunny, lots of women have 4 cell embies transferred and get pregnant (friend of mine has just had a baby girl from a 4cell embie). Think positive, i know, easier said than done.
Good luck for the next 2 weeks xfingers

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Sunday, August 24th 2008, 10:38am

Hey hope you don't mind me joining in....
Lizzy: i know how you feel, i had ET yesterday and was told that out of the 4 that fertilzed only 2 were any good. I had 1*6 cell and 1*8 cell both grade 2/3. I started to feel like it was already over while they were putting embyros back in, think dh picked up on this and made me laugh and i snapped out of it.
Jess: you have now given me hope and i really feel alot better after reading your story...thank you

Right stupid thoughts are now gone i'm gonna enjoy my 2ww being PUPO
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Sunday, August 24th 2008, 11:13am

Hi Hun,

The cells don't always guarantee the outcome.

I had a frozen embryo transferral in july and they were 9 and 12 cells and didn't take.

Victoria82 had a 2 cell embryo and now has a two year old daughter.

So please try not to worry and stay as calm and stress free as possible- and believe me I know that is hard.x

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Sunday, August 24th 2008, 11:23am

Thank you ! :):):):)

Really appreciate everyones encouraging words. Tans, I guess we just hang in there and hold onto nice positive thoughts :)

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Sunday, August 24th 2008, 12:40pm

Just thought I'd drop in and say that I had 2 perfect grade one, eight cell embies put back last time and neither implanted but interestingly they monitored the embies that weren't used and there was a six cell grade three one that made it to blasto!!

For my next treatment I'm going to ask them not to tell me what they're putting back, it just gives us something else to analyse and worry about!
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Tuesday, August 26th 2008, 11:31pm

Post ET

Hi all,

First of all I must say how great I think this site (and all you!!) is and how useful I have found it.

I must also say that I have had my treatment at Guys Hospital London and I couldn't recommend them enough. What a lovely group of people from the admin staff to the nurses, the embryologists to the senior doctors. They keep you posted and are patient and very reasssuring. A great team!! clap

Anyway, I had 2 embies (1x6cell & 1x8cell) transfered yesterday, but I have been feeling sore, crampy type pain. Not sure if this is still from EC on friday on top of ET. Can anyone enlighten me? thinkthink

Pg test on 7th......seems like a long wait. And can any one tell me if AF is due to arrrive will it be at usual expected cyle or will it be delayed due to drugs?

Oh well lets hope it doesn't come at all, but just curious.

Thank you for your support!!!! :thanx: and :goodluck:
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Wednesday, August 27th 2008, 1:31am

:goodluck: Honey. Lots of :sticky: and babydust for you.
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Wednesday, August 27th 2008, 8:10am

Hi Rosa, first of all congruatulations on being PUPO, your a/f type pains could verywell be implantation pains, where your embies are snuggling in, and of course you have been prodded and poked so could be a little discomfort still from that, Your period should arrive around the same time which should be towards the end of the 2ww.

Wishing you all the luck in the world, and sending you some babydust :sticky:

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Wednesday, August 27th 2008, 12:28pm

Thank you so much.
Made me feel so much better.

Good luck!!! :goodluck:
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Saturday, August 30th 2008, 8:50am

Hi Rosa, I'm also on my 2ww with two embies implanted. Had lots of crampy type stuff. Its kind of gone now (week on since ET) but I still have twinges and stuff. Also, my boobs are humungous!! I mean MASSIVE!! Sore too. DH thinks all his christmases have come at once. I on the other hand HATE it!! I think its all the treatment, progesteron pills and stuff. Its all the right stuff to feel. I also have my pregnancy test on the 7th. I'm going crazy with the wait! Best of luck :D
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Saturday, August 30th 2008, 10:13am

RE: Post ET

Hi Rosa

Depending on what drugs you're taking now, AF does normally come on or around 14-16 days after EC. Sometimes if you're on more luteal support it may be delayed longer (eg Gestone)

We have a 2WW board and a chatter thread for all ladies waiting before they test.

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Thursday, October 9th 2008, 5:23pm

Advice needed, bad cramps after ET

I had my ET 2 days ago and this morning what started off as mild twinges have developed into cramps really low down, nearly at my pubic hair line both left and right.

Is this normal?. I know I imagined a few symptoms yesterday but this is real. I coughed earlier and I cramped quite badly. It feels nearly like my ovaries are bruised.

If anyone has had this before and is it normal??

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Thursday, October 9th 2008, 5:28pm

Hi Dee Dee,
It sounds like your ovaries are probably bruised, they have been through a lot recently! How many eggs did you have? Keep drinking lots of fluid and take it easy. I had a few twinges in the same area, it is very common hun try not to worry, just rest up and let your DH look after you xx

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Thursday, October 9th 2008, 5:39pm

Thanks Mel C

I was actually on a FET (just realised, I posted this on the wrong thread). I had 2 day 5 blasts put in.

I feel ok when I don't move but when I try to stand up or stretch is gets sore.

I'd love to be able to use a hot water bottle but I'm afraid to in case it affects implanting.

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Thursday, October 9th 2008, 8:33pm

Hi Dee i hope you feel better soon.

Wishing you lots of babydust and i have everything crossed for you hun

Sorry i cant offer any advice
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Monday, October 27th 2008, 3:00pm

Bleeding after embryo transfer

Hi, I hope someone can offer me some advice. I had my embryo transfer on Friday and on Saturday I had some spotting but by Saturday night the blood was quite heavy I then put a pessarie in and it stopped but the bleeding keeps coming then stopping again. I am getting cramps and feel as if my body is desperately trying to have a period. I rang the clinic but they said there was nothing I could do but keep taking the pessaries. I cant believe this is happening so soon after embryo transfer they wont even have implanted yet. Has anyone else experienced anything similar.

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Monday, October 27th 2008, 3:21pm

Hi Kittykat
I'm so sorry to hear that this happened. It would very unusual to have a period so soon after EC so i don't really know what could be the cause.
Have the clinic advised you start using the pessaries in the back passage instead? I dont know if this might help?
Sorry that i cant give you any more advice but hopefully someone with more knowledge will be along to help you soon.




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Wednesday, October 29th 2008, 2:54pm

Thanks for your reply I have taken your advice and think it has helped. The bleeding has definitely reduced to spotting I still have cramping pains so I also had a session of accupuncture today to try and hold everything in so that has also helped.
Didnt realise how stressful the 2ww would be.

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Wednesday, October 29th 2008, 2:59pm

Hi KittyKat, I'm so sorry you had such a stressful start to the 2WW. I hope the spotting stops soon. Easier said than done, but try not to worry.
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Wednesday, October 29th 2008, 3:04pm

spotting can be common after et, they could have nicked your cervix or a little bit of lining

it should stop soon im sure

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Thursday, October 30th 2008, 5:40pm

Thanks willow the wisp, hope today has gone alright for you.
xxx xfingers

Think you could be right kar1 the bleeding has been very dark and I found the ET very painful so maybe they did do some damage. It does seem to have eased off a bit now, Thanks for your thoughts
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Monday, January 19th 2009, 1:59pm

how should i feel after et?

hi everyone,
i had my little egg put back on sunday, it was an amazing experience to see it on the tv monitor, it had reached blastocyst stage and the doctor said it was already starting to hatch which me and my finace found quite strange! but good :happy:

Its now the day after and i had a terrible night sleep with cramps and pain when i move or even touch my stomach can anybody help? how should i be feeling is this normal?? im worried it could be ohss!?? ahhh help thanks x :sadface:
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Monday, January 19th 2009, 11:09pm

Hi, congrats on being PUPO (pregnant until proven otherwise!).

I'm sure that everyone reacts differently to EC and ET but you need to remember that your body has been through a lot recently. I remember aching more than cramping I think.

If you have any worries, please call your clinic who will be able to give you advice and support.

Hopefully some other ladies should be along soon with their thoughts.

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Tuesday, January 20th 2009, 7:49am

RE: how should i feel after et?

Hi Bentleykim :D

As Jodie said it's quite normal to still be feeling some discomfort after the procedures you've been through. I see you had 21 eggs collected and I had the same in May last year so completely understand! Our bodies take time to heal themselves as well as preparing to accept the embryo (well done on getting to blast btw!).

Keep an eye on the pain honey but do call your clinic if you're at all worried, it's what they're there for and we can only give you our experiences.

Make sure you're drinking of plenty of water and resting as much as you can.

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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 8:27pm

driving

just come on here quickly cos im at my sisters house looking after her baby.

Just wondering if its ok to drive in 2ww?
I have never done before but dh is going golf tomorrow so i might need the car.

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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 8:29pm

yep, I've never heard of there being any problem with driving hun during any stage of tx other than 24 hrs after EC. Good luck! x

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Friday, January 23rd 2009, 8:48pm

driving is totally fine hun

i drove myself home for transfer once, i know im not a great advert but mrs smiff drove herself home and is now very pregnant (2 hour drive)
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Tuesday, January 27th 2009, 9:06am

Metformin after ET?

Does anyone know if it's safe to continue taking metformin once an embie's on board? it never occurred to me to ask and now am gutted thinking I have ruined my chance.

Have e-mailed the clinic but hoped I might get a quicker answer here?
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Tuesday, January 27th 2009, 9:28am

clinic e-mailed back and said it's fine to continue on it til I test.

Hope this helps anyone else who may have had the same question.
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Tuesday, January 27th 2009, 9:29am

wow, that was quick work by the clinic!

Thanks for updating us - it is certainly useful to have the answers to these questions x


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Tuesday, February 10th 2009, 3:19pm

How many days past transfer am I?

I had the ET on Weds Morning, so is that classed as first day? Am I 6DPT or 7DPT? All confusin 2 me :snigger:

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Tuesday, February 10th 2009, 3:56pm

Hiya
my clinic always counted the transfer day as day 1 - hope that helps!
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Tuesday, February 10th 2009, 6:00pm

I think you are 6 days post transfer hun, best of luck with testing in 8 days time! x

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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:07pm

Embryo transfer question

Im sorry if Im asking tons of questions :O

Im having EC on Friday and so far as I can gather Im having ET on Monday.(god willing I get that far!)
This makes the embryos 72 hours old.

I notice most people have them put back within 48 hours....do you think its better to have them put back in ASAP or really does it not make a difference?


in 72 hours can they split into more cells?

Im just slightly bothered that mine might be left out to long.



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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:17pm

Hi Rainy,

Yes,day 2 transfers will usually be 2-4 cells and day 3 transfers usually are 6-8 cells. Ladies who have 2-3 embies usually get day 2 transfers as it's clear which ones are the best. If you have more than that the clinics like to leave it till day 3 so they have more chance to work out which are the best embies.

This is how I've always understood it ... the longer time the embies have the more time they have to grow. I always have a day 3 transfer and I have a feeling that this is the most common transfer so don't worry about yours being left out too long, ladies who get blastos have them left out 5-6 days even!

Good luck on Friday at EC hun x

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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:20pm

We have been recommended to go to blastocyst...any of you girls thought about this?

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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:32pm

Thanks Ros xxxxxxxxx


Jojo I think my clinic reckon my DH's sperm is ok and they assume my eggs are ok so they didnt reccomend blastocyst to me.
It seems they normally reccomend blastocyst for a reason rathar than the rule though maybe some clinics do reccomend it as a rule. most it seems do not.

Did your clinic give any reason why blastocyst for you?



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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:33pm

RE: Embryo transfer question

Hi Rainy

Ros has answered your query but just a thought - maybe your clinic aren't open on a Sunday ?(

From my experience and what I've seen on here, day two transfers are the most common for first timers or if you only have two embryos as there is no point in keeping them in a dish if you're having two put back anyway.

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Jo101 - I had blastocysts on my last cycle but it's a numbers game and clinics will have a minimum number of good embryos required when they check them on day 3. My clinic's minimum was 5. The pregnancy rate of blastocysts is much higher. We have a good thread on it here if you fancy a read.

INFO: A ROUGH GUIDE TO BLASTOCYST

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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:39pm

Hi Duffy

Well they are closed on Sunday, or Im certain Id be in on a 2 day transfer.
Im not expecting anymore than 2 embryos, Ive only got 5 follies in total.
I want a day 2 transfer but guess I don't have a choice.... :innocent:

Maybe it will be a good thing :pray:



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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:44pm

My clinic always stated they are closed on a Sunday but I was told once that if needs must.....

Let's hope for those 5 follies to have 5 lovely eggs eh! Even if it's not 5 or 4 or 3 honey....your clinic will always do what's right for you.

You must be getting excited!

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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:47pm

I am, I am, I am getting excited starsmile

Your right im sure the clinic will do the right thing, they want the success as much as we do.

xxx



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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 5:51pm

Quoted

Originally posted by Rainy
they want the success as much as we do.

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Exactly......so what's the plan to keep you awake tonight? Are you setting alarms everywhere?

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Wednesday, February 11th 2009, 7:08pm

Im setting the noisest alarm in the house......my DH :D he works late tonight so he will be awake and ready at that time.
xx



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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 6:01pm

Driving after Egg Transfer

Am I ok or is it advisable to drive after ET?

My mum is struggling to get the time off to drive us and DH doesn't drive!

It's only a 30 minute drive into Manchester.......

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Kel X
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3rd ICSI NOVEMBER 2009 :BFN: NO FROSTIES AGAIN bab18 - Where do we go from here.... I don't know.... :tear:


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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 6:21pm

RE: Driving after Egg Transfer

Hi Kel

Driving after egg collection is a no no because of sedation/GA.

Driving after embryo transfer is absolutely fine - many people do it.

Hope that helps and the very best of luck [zx189]

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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 6:31pm

I drove to Cardiff for my ET and then back home again after and now I'm big and fat and preggers! You can pretty much do what you like after ET as long as you feel up to it. I wouldnt recommend wrestling or weight lifting however!
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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 7:21pm

Hi Kel,

You don't have any drugs during embryo transfer, so you are ok to drive!

Good luck! x

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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 8:20pm

Yep, i drove after mine

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Tuesday, February 24th 2009, 6:51pm

that's good news - we hope to get to et next week and my dh might have to work, so i am now happy to drive

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Tuesday, March 3rd 2009, 1:44pm

Do's and don'ts following ET?

hi

we have finally made it to the point where ET is booked for tomorrow.

i still can't believe that we had a positive call this morning.

what are the do's and don'ts following ET and before ET?

i am having a quiet day at home and drinking lots.

had beans for lunch for protein and will make a nice dinner for this evening.

candy x

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