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    An_257542 posted:
    hey!!
    im 24 and a doctor...i just had my frozen embryo transfer on 31st may 2014.. my lining was 7.1 mm on 10th day of scan....embryos transferred in me were a blastocyst and a morula...itz been two years since my marriage and i never get pregnant....i had to travel for 4 hours the next day after transfer...i m not havin any symptoms other than minor cramping in morning on 2nd and 3rd day after my FET and nausea..people say these are side effects of medicines im taking like cyclogest and progynova.... im prescribed to hav a pregnancy test on 10th but i m going to hav it on 7th june..becoz itz a torture thinking about it... is it still possible that im pregnant though im having no symptoms..im tensed....


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