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    Default How soon can u start FET after BFN?

    Hi All,
    Just had my first IVF/FET cycle and i believe its a BFN.

    Today is 10dpt and my beta is tomorrow. Ive done x5 HPTs and they are clearly BFNs. Hoping to see a faint line but nothing.

    Feeling so down.

    Had anyone been through the same? If so how long do u have to wait before starting another FET cycle?

    I have another x2 frosties and eager to start asap.


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    I had a FET in the cycle straight after BFN. Just waited for AF after the negative beta, tracking US's, trigger and transfer.
    I sometimes chose to have a month off between cycles, to keep sane.

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    Sorry to hear about your BFN Hun. If your levels are all zero then most clinics will let you start straight away. What kind of FET did you do a medicated or natural one. It might be good for you to talk to your clinic about it as well to see what their thoughts are on why it failed to implant. Good luck for next transfer.
    Quote Originally Posted by HerxShe View Post
    Hi All,
    Just had my first IVF/FET cycle and i believe its a BFN.

    Today is 10dpt and my beta is tomorrow. Ive done x5 HPTs and they are clearly BFNs. Hoping to see a faint line but nothing.

    Feeling so down.

    Had anyone been through the same? If so how long do u have to wait before starting another FET cycle?

    I have another x2 frosties and eager to start asap.


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    Thanks for your replies. Had my beta this mrnn. Nurse advised i could start another cycle straight away but ill see a doctor Wednesday to confirm. Perhaps they could gve me more info as to why it could have failed. I also have PCOS and my last cycle was cancelled due to thick lining so hopefully it hasnt thickened too much again


 

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