After In Vitro Fertilization, the Most Frequently Asked Questions
In this article, you will find answers to questions about what to pay attention to after IVF transfer, and what situations you may encounter.
Why Does Brown Spotting Occur After In Vitro Fertilization Transfer?
After the IVF treatment, it is not expected to have red or brown bleeding until the day of embryo transfer. However, in some cases, if egg retrieval is performed in the same month as the transfer, there may be a few days of bleeding from the vaginal needle insertion site in the form of brownish spotting. Alternatively, in patients with a fragile cervix, mild spotting may be observed after embryo transfer. It is of no significance.
Is it Normal not to Have Bleeding After In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Embryo Transfer?
It is normal not to have any bleeding until the pregnancy test after in vitro fertilization (IVF) embryo transfer.
How Should Nutrition be After In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Embryo Transfer?
There is no specific dietary regimen after embryo transfer in IVF treatment. However, it is recommended to consume seasonal fruits and vegetables and to avoid raw meat-based foods.
Is it correct to Lie On Your Side After In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Embryo Transfer?
After the embryo transfer in IVF treatment, you can lie down in any desired position. There is no problem with lying on your stomach or on your side.
How is the Needle Usage After In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Embryo Transfer?
In the in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment, depending on the treatment protocol applied after embryo transfer, we use some supportive medications. These medications can be administered orally or vaginally, and sometimes they may also be administered via intramuscular injection or subcutaneous injection. The details of your medications will be explained to you after the transfer.
Is Constipation Common After In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Embryo Transfer?
Constipation can occur due to the supportive medications used in IVF treatment and stress. It is recommended to drink plenty of water and maintain a high-fiber diet to address constipation.
Is Groin Pain Common After In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Embryo Transfer?
In IVF treatment, mild groin and lower back pain may be experienced after embryo transfer. However, if severe pain occurs, you should inform your doctor.