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The Best Advice after Embryo Transfer-
To have attained this stage is actually satisfying, thinking about the course that you have just experienced. You may have been through the majority of the IVF steps already so give yourself time! It is paradoxical but it is the most stressful moment of the journey for many couples.
For the next two weeks, you will experience good and bad days full of anxiety, hope and a desperate desire to know if you are pregnant or not. More days, more roller coasters! Be optimistic: even if it is not your first IVF cycle, you will surely feel apprehensive. Banish negative thoughts and say to yourself, "I'm pregnant, it works. Yes! It works". Now, it is important for you to feel good about yourself, stated by the one of the leading IVF specialist in Kankarbagh centre of Indira IVF.
Let’s talk in detail about what should be done after Embryo Transfer and what shouldn’t be?
Immediately following the transfer-
You have the option of staying an hour or so at rest after the transfer; this rest is intended to relax you and is not based on any scientific evidence of a better implantation rate when lying down; the same also applies for the following days. An embryo that needs to implant will do it regardless of your physical activity; it’s up to you to choose which situation (sport, leisure, work, and rest) cheers you up the most!
On the day of transfer, you can lose a little liquid or have some brown discharge but this is absolutely normal as it is linked to the use of serum to rinse the vagina and the passage of the probe through the cervix. To get in-depth knowledge about embryo transfer personally, visit the best IVF centre in Kankarbagh.
1st to 4th day-
After the regular tests and ultrasounds done, you may feel a little idle or isolated. If you are worried about the same, consult Indira IVF’s Kankarbagh centre, the best IVF centre in Kankarbagh.
Consider going to the forum to chat with other women who are going through the same period. Don't feel guilty about taking a day off or staying in bed. You will have to be very careful with yourself. Rest and sleep will give your body the best chance to recover and do what you expect it to do. At a minimum, lie on the couch with your feet raised, reading or watching videos, shared one of the best IVF doctor in Kankarbagh.
Your body is preparing for the implantation of an embryo accompanied by hormonal stimulation. The ovaries continue to produce progesterone, the blastocyst cells begin to release beta HCG, the endometrium thickens, and the implantation site swells with blood through a capillary network.
During the two weeks of waiting, avoid -
Caffeine, tobacco, alcohol, drugs
Carrying heavy objects
Strenuous exercise, including cleaning, washing etc.
Violent activities such as horse riding or gym
Sunbath, Sauna, Jacuzzi
We must continue to live as if nothing has happened, by limiting physical activities not because it is not recommended, but rather because women tend to feel guilty when they do not get pregnant- If they are very active or playing back-breaking sports. Some women will think that they did not get pregnant because of this reason. It is also recommended to avoid intercourse for 3 days after transfer, so as not to give uterine contractions.
5th to 7th day-
You might start getting impatient, obsessed with implantation, looking for signs that everything is fine and possibly misunderstanding each symptom. Painful breasts, stabbing pains and bloating are actually indications that all is well.
Keep yourself busy: take a walk or do a little yoga. Practice deep breathing and meditation to relax. Talk about your concerns with a friend or companion, and try to stay positive.
You can also do an acupuncture session seven days after the transfer when the embryo begins to the implant.
From the 8th to the 13th day-
The wait seems endless. Even if you are back to work, try to go easy and avoid stressful situations. Take on easy tasks and rest as much as you can. Spend your free time with friends or go on weekends, instead of getting active in the house.
The second week of waiting is indeed the worst. One moment, you will be convinced that the treatment worked and that you have a baby, but the next, you will be plunged in despair, certain that it did not work and that your periods are imminent. You will feel very unstable. Emotional fragility can give you a feeling of vulnerability and loss of control over your life.
There are no defined set of symptoms that make up the side effects of the medications you take or that accompany the period after IVF or the first few days of pregnancy. Whatever these "signs" are, you will see them negatively or positively depending on your mood at the time. You may have no symptoms or symptoms like bloating or fluid retention, drowsiness, sore breasts, food aversions, night sweats, PMS symptoms, light bleeding, nausea, or brownish discharge. Do not have false happiness as all these symptoms felt, may be linked to hormone treatment, even if you are not pregnant.
You may also have slight brown or pink discharge before the pregnancy test.This does not mean that you are not pregnant. Conversely, you can have no loss before the pregnancy test and yet you are not pregnant. This is all due to the treatment you receive, stated one of the best IVF doctor in Kankarbagh.
Stay focused on your goal. Continue to practice relaxation, meditation and visualize a positive outcome. Do not project yourself too far into the future, stay in the present and take it as it comes every day. Banish negative thoughts and only read stories or statistics about it, if you feel comfortable, shared one of the expert doctors from Indira IVF, the best IVF clinic and hospital in Kankarbagh.
See an acupuncturist with experience in IVF treatment of pregnant women. Exercise by all gentle means, such as walking, yoga, meditation, etc.
If the pressure becomes unbearable while you wait, it is best to seek the support of a professional who will help you through this ordeal. A psychologist will help you prepare for any situation, positive or not.
If you are not pregnant, your periods will return between 11 to 14 days after the transfer, or more if the progesterone treatment continues.
Pregnancy Test Results -
If the result of your test is positive, congratulations, you are pregnant! Take the time to digest the information, relax and party. Be prepared, however, to face conflicting emotions when you think about what to expect. Pamper yourself, especially if you have been really anxious.
If the test is negative, don’t worry because even miracles take a little time.
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