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    @miissalina I was told they have to be over 20mm. I don't usually feel bloated until the day of egg pick up, although funnily enough my ovaries are 'jangling' early and I've still got about 3 or 4 days to go, which has got me a little worried. The ultrasound hurt too, again unusual for me. My follicles were measuring 10mm on friday.
    Its bound to feel different for you eh? 60 follicles is pretty insane. The one time I got mild ovarian hyperstimulation I felt like I had a bag of oranges in my uterus, so bloated and sensitive when I was walking.

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    I just freaked out. Went to the toilet and wiped a brownish CM. I only transferred on Friday. Should I be worried?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precious40 View Post
    I just freaked out. Went to the toilet and wiped a brownish CM. I only transferred on Friday. Should I be worried?
    Brownish cm could be old blood from the transfer on Friday or implantation spotting? I wouldn't fuss over it, have they checked your progesterone levels?

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    I don't go for bloods till next Wednesday. I'm taking pressies morning and night

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    Call them about the spotting, they might bring them forward xo

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    @Precious40 I wouldn't be worried. My clinic says that you may get some spotting after a trf as sometimes the catheter can irritate the cervix. Ive also heard that the progesterone pessaries can cause some bleeding. Brown blood is old so I wouldn't worry.

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    Thank you ladies for your advice and support 😊 maybe I am reading to much into it and going off how I felt last cycle which obviously wasn't normal hopefully tomoros scan and bloods show more progress I just thought id be feeling more bloated or things would have been further along by now, welcome to the rollercoaster lol @Precious40 maybe it's implantation bleeding when I had my chemical pregnancy I had mild spotting the day of implantation FX it's ur little one snuggling into place


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    @rice and @justonewish good luck today

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    Yes good luck to all 3 of you today, sending loads of baby sticking vibes xo

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    Hi everyone
    This is my first post on any forum but I am hoping it will help me get through this week ahead. A bit about us, Im 35, DH is 38, unexplained infertility. TTC 2.5 years. First IVF was in Nov, 23 eggs, 11 5 day blasts (7 a's and 4 b's), freeze all due to OHSS. First FET with a fully hatched embie in Jan, BFN. Straight into another cycle which took longer, 23 days til trigger (!) at double the dose to the last time. Embie transferred last Thursday and BT due in 7 days. I find the wait so hard
    But, the day after transfer I had this weird tapping feeling on my lhs, thats the only way I can describe it, it was regular tapping for just a couple of mins. Then, that night I had a few quite strong stitch like feelings that almost made me catch my breath. Then the next day a stitch like pain in my left groin area. Is this good or is it just because I ovulated from the left side again this month? I so want to get my hopes up but I was so upset last time I don't know if I have just resigned myself to failure again. Thanks for listening and good luck to everyone. Hope it's okay to jump on this thread
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