Saturday, 12 March 2011

Possible early pregnancy symptoms that I have been experiencing since my embryo transfer 6 and 7 days ago
















**crickets**










31 comments:

  1. Press on your boobs really REALLY hard. Then check them. They'll be sore!

    Symptoms are a bunch of BS, especially in medicated cycles.

    *hugs* Hoping things work out for you!

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  2. I had NO symptoms with my successful pregnancy. I seriously thought the test was wrong when it came up positive. Really hoping this is it for you!

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  3. Totally normal - don't worry. I had the same sound - nada...
    X

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  4. The only early symptoms I ever had were followed by BFNs. Each time I was pregnant I was shocked.

    All possible digits are crossed for you.

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  5. I couldn't often tell pregnancy symptoms from normal luteal phase symptoms because I usually experienced some tender boobs and mild nausea. I wish I could help you more!

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  6. Seriously, I don't trust any of those symptoms because I had far more the cycles that led to nothing than the one cycle where I actually got pregnant.

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  7. Don't fret. I had ZERO pregnancy symptoms, zero. In fact the only reason that I tested was because it felt like AF was on her way and I wanted to know if I could have a few glasses of wine.

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  8. My body edited out any reaction to pregnancy, other than the need to EAT NOW!!!! but that didn't arrive until after testing time anyway. (with heparin, I did start smelling everything and it all smelled bad, but again, that was around week 6-7 - you're not there yet) It takes some time for your system to catch on that you're hosting a little parasite, you know.

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  9. Way too early for any symptoms. My only "symptom" was pre-AF spotting about 10 days post IUI, which was no different than all my BFN cycles. I didn't have symtpoms until 5-6 weeks. Fingers crossed!! Try not to make yourself crazy!

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  10. Ha ha! I think I convinced myself that I felt symptoms before the embryos were even transfered. Clearly, those didn't count.

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  11. Zero symptoms does NOT mean ZERO babies!! I'm just sayin'!! I had NO symptoms at all and really other than having an expanding belly and occasional nausea if I don't eat soon after I get hungry, I wouldn't think I was pregnant. I'm not trying to get all puppies and rainbows but I'm just saying, don't count it off as a negative just because you have no symptoms! fingers crossed for you!!

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  12. At least the crickets are something....And thanks for the super laugh....So far everyone is right, my one and only BFP had the fewest symptoms...just sore boobs and I know that was from the drugs....Thinking good thoughts for you and hoping for good news in 10 days or so!!!

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  13. I HATE HATE HATE HATE HATE the two week wait.

    Hate it.

    Best of luck as you navigate the longest two weeks of your life (to date).

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  14. I was so sure that I wasn't pregnant... I started working out (big time) after a week. Well- I was wrong!

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  15. has it already been a week. holey moley. only one more to go. and crickets well people tell me that is a good thing!

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  16. Don't worry- no symptoms is just as promising as lots of symptoms!!!

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  17. I am convinced that the two week wait is karmic penance for running over your neighbour's dog three lives ago. Payback is a b*tch, that's for sure.

    Avoid those websites that bang on about symptoms, possible outcomes, and that liberally use the term "baby dust" like the plague. And like everyone else said, no symptoms does not necessarily mean nothing is going on in there. A cigar is sometimes just a cigar. Maybe the two in there are just bombing around lazily working on their dive moves before getting on with it.

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  18. Faith. You gotta have faith. And take deep breaths.

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  19. I echo the sentiments above. One week ago (Sunday) today I was in tears b/c I was sure it had not worked. Only to see the elusive second line on Monday. I had no symptoms either other than peeing a lot from the progesterone. Prayers for you!

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  20. Do NOT focus on symptoms....I hate ALL the symptoms and no pregnancy with IVF. Keep the faith...hugs

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  21. This made me laugh - sorry, I know it is tough. I've never been pg so I can't comment about having/lacking symptons - but good luck, hopefully the 2WW won't drag out too long.

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  22. No symptoms is just no news either way at this point, I reckon. Very early days yet.

    Fingers in crossed position, as ever.
    xx

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  23. Looking for symptoms can drive you special crazy. However, hardly any symptoms at first for first three pregnancies and with number four lots of saliva. Slurp.

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  24. Don't worry about no symptoms at this stage! I didn't have any symptoms this time until several days after my BFP, and even now I still think those are just from the progesterone I am on. In fact, I always used to get more "symptoms" on cycles where I got my period. So don't worry just yet (I know it is impossible!).

    Still have my fingers crossed for you!

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  25. I've never had symptoms at this point. I've *thought* I felt symptoms, but those usually turned out to be cycles that were complete busts. So much is made of sore boobs, nausea, all the rest of it. But that has always started later for me. Also, any progesterone you're on will play havoc with the radars.

    Hopeful. Hopeful. Hopeful.

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