You have just become pregnant, the embryo is now attached to your endometrium. You are likely to notice some symptoms. Find them out here.
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Following the transfer of embryos after undergoing IVF treatment or ICSI many women do not know how to act if it is advisable to rest and above all how to act in the expected beta.
Around 20% of women experience discomfort or pain on a single side of the abdominal area during ovulation, which takes place half-way through the menstrual cycle and can become very painful.
Intermenstrual bleeding or Metrorrhagia is a bleeding that comes from the uterus and occurs between two periods. It can happen due to several more or less serious reasons.
It is a medicine used in assisted reproduction. It is chemically composed by a GnRH analogue and is used to stimulate the ovarian cycle in a controlled manner.
Evopad is a transdermal patch, used to prepare the endometrium before the embryo transfer.
Uterine prolapse is the displacement of the uterus because the muscles and ligaments that support it weaken. This is usually not a severe disease but can require surgery.
The abusive use of the contraceptive pills and pills of the day after increase the probabilities of ectopic pregnancy outside the uterus.
In two weeks time your delivery is likely to happen, but it’s not always easy to predict exactly when your baby will be born. That’s why you must be alert to all the symptoms.
It occurs when embryo implantation (the process by which the embryo enters the uterus through the endometrium) occurs outside the uterine cavity. Most cases of ectopic pregnancy occur in the Fallopian tubes.