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    Hey Petal, spotting, bleeding is incredibly normal esp. around the time your period would be due. Was yours a fresh cycle or medicated FET?

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    Quote Originally Posted by emski72 View Post
    Hey Petal, spotting, bleeding is incredibly normal esp. around the time your period would be due. Was yours a fresh cycle or medicated FET?
    Medicated FET. Starting to stress now.

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    Even more common in a medicated FET as they build your lining up so much, your body gets a bit confused when your period would be due. Your numbers are good so don't stress... Rest up,feet up. When is your first scn due?

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    Scan on Tuesday. I've been a bit twingey but thought it might be just because the crinone makes me a bit constipated. I know my numbers are good but so hard not to stress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petal40 View Post
    Medicated FET. Starting to stress now.
    @Petal40 I would have thought especially with a medicated FET the chances of getting AF even with a BFN are a lot less because the prog should keep it at bay. The amount of times I've heard people mention spotting on crinone while pregnant is astounding so I hope you are yet another one of those.

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    I know love...I had a big bleed with my little one too and have had a loss so I understand. Twinges are really normal too... I would ring and get your scan bought forward it will give you peace of mind but they may not see anything prior to 7 weeks. I went in early for mine though. Hang in there x

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    Quote Originally Posted by leyshoja View Post
    @Petal40 I would have thought especially with a medicated FET the chances of getting AF even with a BFN are a lot less because the prog should keep it at bay. The amount of times I've heard people mention spotting on crinone while pregnant is astounding so I hope you are yet another one of those.
    Now that you say that, I've never gotten AF while using progesterone, with all my transfers. Hopefully that's a good thing.

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    @Petal40 Hopefully it's your emby snuggling in and making itself at home even more Luv. Your levels are good which is really encouraging and I think Em's suggestion to bring your scan forward is a good one if possible.

    I know that spotting etc is really common in IVF and a lot of the Lovelies have had it happen to them. I had a breakthrough bleed myself when AF was due. I understand after what's happened that you're worried Luv and whyThe pulling/stetching/twingey or crampy feeling is also normal though when it happens it's hard not to automatically think the worst.

    If you can't get your scan bought forward maybe go for another BT on Fri or Sat instead just so you can see your levels rising which might give you some peace of mind until your scan on Tues.
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    @Petal40 my immune dr always recommends rest and an extra progesterone. I see you're using crinone rather than pessaries, they're only 200mg of progesterone, so you could easily pop another one in and it won't harm you at all.

    Try to relax, it is really common for spotting.

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    Thanks for all the advice. I will pop in another crinone & hope for the best. Will call the clinic tomorrow & see about another BT Friday. I haven't said anything to DH, after such good results today I don't want him worrying. After the mc last time it was hard on both of us.

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