Signs and Symptoms You may receive after going through with Your Frozen Embryo Transfer

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Even though a frozen embryo transfer is normally a routine procedure that is why you must be taking proper care of yourself after taking appointments if you want to reduce the possible side effects. Focusing on your safety will help in increasing the likelihood of positive signs for healthy fertilization and pregnancy. During the in vitro fertilization treatment procedure the final step in this type of fertilization treatment is the embryo transfer which is normally a long-awaited procedure that is aimed at helping women who struggle with infertility to become pregnant after months of taking fertility medications in preparation. 

Many people usually ask themselves the following question. What happens after going through the embryo transfer? Well, you have no reason to worry because, in this article, we at Pearl Fertility will be taking you through the possible symptoms you may experience after going through your frozen embryo transfer. While you are reading through these signs and symptoms you must keep in mind that there are no good or bad signs and symptoms after your frozen embryo transfer. The symptoms are as explained below.

You may Experience Some Light Spotting or Bleeding after Your Frozen Embryo Transfer:

Normally the occurrence of light spotting or bleeding is usually the first sign of pregnancy. In the event that you notice light bleeding on your underwear or toilet paper when you wipe, this could be a sign that the frozen embryo transfer was a hit and the embryo has been implanted on your uterus wall. Some people may see bleeding as a concerning indicator and many fertility doctors always fail to provide reassurance for many women after their procedure. On the other hand, spotting can occur when taking hormone medications like progesterone while you are in your two-week period after the embryo transfer.

You may also Experience Some Cramping and Pelvic Pain after going Through Your Embryo Transfer:

Even though most women always get to experience cramping before and during a menstrual cycle, pelvic discomfort is normally a positive indicator that the embryo transfer was successful. While you are in your two-week wait, pelvic discomfort and cramping may also be related to progesterone and fertility medications that you are been taking during this 2-week waiting period. This may be different for some women, this is because for them cramping may occur immediately after any pelvic procedure.

After Going through Your Embryo Transfer You May get to Experience Fatigue and Tiredness:

Normally being tired and also feeling fatigued is just part of being pregnant, and this is especially true for women undergoing assisted reproductive procedures and fertility medications. While the progesterone levels are increasing, you may start to feel extra fatigued early on in your in vitro fertilization treatment journey. Normally women tend to feel fatigued during the early stages of their period. This could indicate a successful embryo transfer, it could also just be a side effect of the various fertility drugs you are taking. Due to this, you are advised to get plenty of rest regardless of whether or not you are feeling fatigued after your embryo transfer and also during the two-week wait.

After Going through Your Embryo Transfer You may feel that Your Breasts are tender and also sore:

The feeling of the breasts being tender and sensitive is normal for some women this is because it is usually an early sign of pregnancy or even that the embryo transfer was successful. With this in mind when you feel that your breasts are tender or swollen to touch this could be just a sign that the embryo transfer was successful. On the other hand, this could also just be a side effect of your injectable and oral progesterone or the other fertility hormones you take during the 2-week wait.