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    Hi, I currently have a 4.5 month dd after a FET last Halloween

    I made sure I did walking leading up to the transfer as I had read that it helps circulate blood flow to uterus.

    The day of the transfer DH & I came home, we had some bad food for lunch & I watched DVD's that made me laugh (also read that laughing post transfer was good & I thought why not give it a go?).

    I had been planning to take a few days off work but I was back the very next day. I have a very high stressed job but I think the distraction for me was good. I worked most of that week & that cycle resulted in our dd.

    I also made sure I did gentle walking in the days post transfer too.

    It's so hard to know what to do & you hear so many people saying different things. I think do what you're comfortable with When we opt for another FET I'll make sure I'm back to work soon after as for me it was better than constantly thinking about it all the time.

    Good luck, I hope it all goes well for you

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