Assisted reproduction treatments culminate in embryo transfer, a simple procedure that allows the embryos to be deposited in the mother's uterus and then to wait for implantation.
A new stage then begins, in which the patient returns home with treatment guidelines and a date for a pregnancy test, 12-14 days later.
This stage is full of new questions, very different from those that arise during the treatment and, sometimes, their resolution is not so easy since these days the patient does not usually come to the clinic.
It is natural to try to guess some symptoms that will help us to know if the treatment has worked or not. However, the most common thing is that during this period you do not feel anything. No pain, no bleeding, no breast tenderness, no nausea... And this is neither a good nor a bad sign.
Besides, every woman is different and so is every pregnancy. The symptoms can vary depending on individual susceptibility, the medication received, the type of treatment...