TWW after IVF
GemmeFatale · 23/09/2018 12:25
Anyone else want to wait with me?
Currently 3dp5dt (FET round this time)
Bananacloud · 25/09/2018 21:44
Oh gosh!! I remember being there.
Planning on another fet round in couple of months. Got 2 in freezer.
Hope you keep us updated 😬
Bananacloud · 25/09/2018 21:49
Oh and I had a bfp first time round and I started getting symptoms 6dp5dt and I did a test 8dp5dt on a first response and got a positive. But obviously everyone’s different, just wanted to give you an example of what to expect.
GemmeFatale · 25/09/2018 22:12
We’ve already had a failed fresh round but this being frozen is a whole new experience. Very different.
I’m now 5dp5dt
Bananacloud · 25/09/2018 22:25
Not to get your hopes up, but my consultant said that the frozen embryo is more likely to stick than a fresh one. I got pregnant on a frozen one as well.
You testing OTD?
GemmeFatale · 26/09/2018 00:19
Hoping to hold out for the blood test on the second but I’ll probably cave before that point.
Botanica · 01/10/2018 09:36
Hi @GemmeFatale how's it going?
Any symptoms yet?
You mentioned FET feeling very different to fresh transfer. Was it the prep for it, or do you mean since the transfer?
GemmeFatale · 01/10/2018 13:39
@botanica - love the name
Fresh cycle I over stimmed and was bloated, sore everywhere, aching boobs, generally felt pregnant from just after egg collection until 5dp5dt.
This cycle I haven’t had that, but it turns out this drug protocol is a migraine trigger for me (my migraines are hormonally triggered so we knew that might happen). Which means I have no idea if I’m experiencing pregnancy symptoms as I’m already half blind (visual component to my migraines), head pounding and nauseous from the drugs anyway. I also had a bleed so it’s not overly positive here at Chez Fatale.
How’s everyone doing?
Bananacloud · 01/10/2018 14:36
You’re not going to know you’re pregnant till on your otd. Just take it easy till then and try not to test. I know it’s hard but with so many chemical pregnancies people have experienced its best to test when your clinic tell you to.
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