What to expect after the embryo transfer?

It is important to know what to expect after the embryo transfer. Slight anxiousness, bleeding, cramping, and pelvic pain as very common after the embryo transfer.

Gone are the days when women were restricted to certain tasks and there were confines on what women were meant to do. With the revolutionized world, women empowerment grew stronger with women becoming aware of their rights, skills, talents, and goals in life. Lifestyle changed and so did priorities. However, the ultimate wish for every woman still remains that of being a mother. This puts most women in a dilemma as to choose a career and chase their dreams OR settle down and plan a happy family. Undoubtedly, the desire of becoming a mother is strong and a key driving force for many decisions in a woman’s life, but then there exists confusion about whether you have to give up on your career, your goals, and your dreams.

Well, if that is your concern, then the answer is “No.” The wonders in the field of Reproductive Medicine have come up with new and innovative techniques to help women pursue their dreams as well as experience the joy of mothering a child. You can now freeze your embryos to be used at a later date when you are ready to conceive.

What is embryo freezing?

Freezing of embryos is a simple procedure that allows a couple to store the embryos for future use. The procedure begins by harvesting eggs in a laboratory setting. Hormonal induction is done to ensure proper ovulation with the help of fertility drugs, to increase the number of eggs produced and the quality of eggs. The eggs are then extracted and fertilized with the husband’s semen, in a lab. On successful fertilization of the egg, the embryos will be preserved for use in the future, whenever you decide to get pregnant. The embryos are frozen under special settings so as not to damage the embryos and retain them in a healthy state to be used when desired. Once you are ready to conceive both mentally and physically, the frozen embryo is transferred into the womb. Upon successful conception, it is like managing any other normal pregnancy.

What to expect after the embryo transfer?

Though the procedure marks the beginning of new life full of excitement, it is also accompanied by other emotions such as anxiety during the waiting period, before conducting a pregnancy test, which will determine the success of the implantation. It is human tendency to be curious and anxious. Likewise, there is every possibility that you could be tempted to take a pregnancy test a few days following the embryo transfer procedure, but it is advisable to wait for the recommended two-week period before taking up the test. This ensures the accuracy of the test. Taking a pregnancy test earlier than the two-week period could yield a false negative result.

Symptoms to expect post embryo transfer –  During the period between the embryo transfer and the pregnancy test, some women may experience symptoms similar to those with menstruation or menstrual cycle. In some cases, there might not be any symptoms associated and this is completely normal.

Some of the symptoms following an embryo transfer could include:

  • Mood swings
  • Muscle aches or joint pains
  • Bloating
  • Cramps
  • Spotting
  • Fatigue
  • Sore breasts

Even if the symptoms occur, they are very mild and often do not carry any risks. So, you need not give up on your dreams and goals for the fear of the risk of infertility if you delay your pregnancy. You can talk to a fertility specialist and seek information and guidance on freezing your embryos to plan your baby at a later date.

GarbhaGudi IVF Centre has been performing embryo freezing and transfer procedure with extraordinary success rates and helping women fulfil their dreams of both a career as well as a family.

For further details, you can also write to GarbhaGudi at dreams@garbhagudi.com or directly talk to our team at 8880000909

Publicado en Health en septiembre 02 at 03:18
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