Could I Be Pregnant? I am Doing IVF
by Sona z
Hi I m on ivfc injection from last 4 cycles .. But no good new till now ... But my periods were regular from the four cycles ... Before tht I have irregular periods ... Dr said me to take prolifen 50 mg from day two till five days have ultrasound on 12 th day than take injection she gave me 10000 ivfc dosage but in march after I had an ultrasound my egg size was 24 she said just go for 5000 ivf injection ..
Till now m not having period (as they were coming on time from past four cycles) I took home pregnancy test but it came negative have searched a lot of web sites but I m confused please help me m married 3 years n desperately needed a baby.
Now a days m havin cramps like period r coming n feeling very sleepy all the time . Answer:
You could be pregnant, but it may me too early to test. Wait 48 hours and do another test. Try to relax and eat healthy foods.
After embryo transfer the two week wait (TWW) is the most difficult time in a woman’s journey to pregnancy with IVF.
Day 12: hCG trigger injection to induce ovulation.
Day 13: Time between trigger shot and embryo retrieval is about 36 hours.
Day 14: Ovulation and egg retrieval.
Day 15: Fertility assessment.
Day 17: 3-day transfer.
Day 19: 5-day transfer.
Day 23-27: Begin home pregnancy testing early morning urine (HPT)
Day 28: Blood test done at doctor’s office.
Not all IVF cycles follow the exact pattern as outlined above. Women who suffer from infertility have often positive HPT later as their cycle does not necessary follow this one. So, take your time and relax.
If your HPT is negative before you quantitative beta-hCG blood test, that does not mean that you are not pregnant. It just means your cycle is a bit off and you need to wait a little bit longer. When in doubt, call your doctor for support.Learn more about preparing for IVF naturally here
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