Bloody good work Ladies filling in the gaps!!!😊👍
Special mention to @Chiefsgirl for going the extra mile & posting the pic's!!😊👍
Look forward to reading it myself later on😊
Good morning lovely ladies
I finally made it home last night and basically fell straight into bed, I was so exhausted. 10 hours worth of driving (5 hours there and 5 back) will really take it out of you!
I did have a bit of a moment last night though, and I'm really hoping this is not going to fall into the realms of "Too much information" but here it is:
Before I went to bed last night (yesterday being only 1 day post transfer) I went to the loo and when I wiped there was a smear of brown discharge on the paper. It was dark brown, like old blood. There doesn't seem to be any since then, and I would doubt it would be a sign of my period coming because, well, I'm not due yet - am I?
So what's that all about? Should i be worried? I'm trying to quietly convince myself it was just because there were people and objects messing around up there for the transfer on Thursday
On an alternate note, I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you all for your support. You might notice that I have not thanked you at the end of your responses in my times of crisis, but I assure you I am not ungrateful - I just haven't quite figured out how to do it on the computer, lol.
So....THANK YOU ALL
(By the way, did you notice today i figured out how to do the smiley faces!)
Wishing you all a relaxing day,
@Krysta74 when they insert the catheter into your uterus it can disturb the lining a little and you may get a speck of blood or two. Rest easy that is completely normal.
Again on the clexane girls... If it's anti clotting effects kick in immediately why would some of you take it up to a month before transfer? Even if it's to improve your lining wouldn't you only need to start taking it around two weeks prior to transfer?
@Krysta74 Bloody Hell!! That's a long trip Luv!!!😮 Glad you made it home safely😊
Hmmm...well..brown blood is old blood Luv, so it very well could be from when the catheter was inserted through your cervix for transfer for eg. Nothing to worry about IMO.
If you were to have any signs or symptoms of implantation (& not every woman does so bear that in mind) I would expect them to start anywhere from today onwards😊
Am hoping & praying your emby is snuggling in for the long haul!!!😁xo
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Thanks again ladies, you sure know how to ease a worried mind. I really must learn to come here and offload to you girls rather than root around on the internet at 9pm at night, tired, emotional, searching for hope but finding nothing but misery, lol.
Hmmm. Signs, hey? No, nothing yet. Well, just some mild cramping last night but again I presumed this was just from being poked and prodded. Last night when I went to bed I was knackered and not feeling the best to be honest, but a good sleep has helped some.
I spoke to my sister yesterday. She said the first things she had were a metallic taste in her mouth around 5-7 days after conceiving, then sore boobs at around 2 weeks (great - that could be PMS too, lol) and no nausea until around 4 weeks later. Mind you, I am very aware that some people feel nothing at all for a very long time, so I'm not expecting to feel anything really. I'll certainly report in if anything weird happens though!
Im prob no help I started taking on day 3 of fet cycle along with progynova and steriods etc. I didnt ask why I just took it. On my success cycle I injected clexane to about 20 or so werks I think.
@krysta the 2ww is a total mind #$#$ this cycle I had no cramping or symptoms and my success cycle 2 years ago I had 2 day embie transferred and felt implantat cramps sore boobs and tiredness but was on crinone as this time im just on pecessaries.
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