Should there be any symptoms in the first 10 days ...

Should there be any symptoms in the first 10 days after an embryo transfer (ivf), before the blook test?  In other words, is it possible to be pregnant and not be feeling any specific signs or symptoms this early on? (transfer was fri, 9/7)

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Absolutely. Many women have no idea.

You probably have your results by now, I hope they were good.

All my best,
Rachel Inbar

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