That is one strong line @Debant. How many did you transfer? Any symptoms yet?
I'll be 14dpo tomorrow when I have official BT.
Is your af due?
@pingc383 I had such stress trying to figure out if my bleeding was from biopsy or AF coz it was unusually irregular the last 2 cycles. I had bright red light spotting post biopsy for about 2-3 days then nothing for about 1-2 days then bright red again mixed with brown blood - brown spotting hallmark of my AF, so AF had come about 2 days early.
@pingc383 could very well be AF. Only way to know for sure is how it flows the next few days.
Well, it's starting to really feel like my AF is coming. I haven't POAS since Wednesday and can't be bothered wasting another frer. Will just wait for BT tomorrow.
To those who've had a BFN on Dr M protocol, did he adjust your meds over the phone or did you have to go in to see him? And has anyone been on the steroids for like 3 consecutive cycles? Is that bad?
Mink, pregnancy symptoms are pretty much same as af symptoms at the beginning, hoping you get a positive result. IF it's a bfn, don't despair. My first fet was a bfn with dr m. I asked g if I could adjust protocol over the phone, she said I'd need to come in and see dr m. I'm glad I did though, sometimes it's more than just a simple tweak. I've also been on steroids for way over 3 cycles. Not ideal, but I think it's mostly because it can weaken your bones if taken for a very long time. Hence the calcium. People with Crohn's disease and the like are on them long term, so I'm sure it can't be that bad.
@BB77 thank you so much for the info. I think I'll call him up today to arrange an appt just in case (luckily I'm not superstitious). I hope it's pregnancy symptoms too, but I'm just so used to bad news now. How many cycles did you have with Dr M before you got your BFP?
@Mink it worked the second transfer. I was so confused by my first bfn because we had done ivf with a pgd embryo and a dr m protocol. The tweak worked! Sometimes things just need a bit of an adjustment.
I'll be reading along for your good news too, whether it be this cycle or another one.
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