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pelvic pain post FET - still a chance?
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Posted 30 November 2012 - 06:28 AM
Hi. Im 10 days post my 3rd FET with a 2 day embryo and am getting some pelvic pain, just like period pain. Im on eostrogen and progesterone tablets plus pessaries so arent expecting a period but this pain makes me think i will be getting a BFN in a few days. Can I still be hopeful? Or is this the end of our dream again? Anyone had some pain and then gone on to have a BFP? Feeling very low.
Posted 30 November 2012 - 07:30 AM
I haven't IVF yet let alone FET, but I would think it's a good sign. Period like pain a few days before your period is due is often implantation pain.
Edited by dimensionk, 30 November 2012 - 07:31 AM.
Posted 30 November 2012 - 07:44 AM
When I got my BFP, I was 8 days post 3 day trf and I had pelvic paid. I can only describe it as feeling like the embryo was in a sling shot and catapulted from one side of my uterus to the other! It had me bent over the kitchen sink at work! I got my BFP the next week and that embryo is now DD 12.5months old!
I'm currently CD6 on our first cycle for #2 and I'll be looking out for those signs in about 2 weeks time. EPU will be thurs or fri next week.
Good Luck! FX
Posted 01 December 2012 - 06:13 AM
With an HRT FET cycle you really can't read in to any symptoms, as much as you want to! Progesterone pessaries can give you cramping, just because, or you can get cramping because you are pregnant, or you can get cramping because you aren't...
FWIW, my 2 FET cycles were BFN and had no cramping etc.
My 2 BFP's from stim cycles I was certain my period was on it's way because of what I thought was pre-period cramping....
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