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    In 2WW-Do I need implantation cramping to get a BFP??

    I am in the 2WW of my 2nd IVF cycle (1st cycle was positive but ended ectopic). I had a 5 day transfer of 1-advanced blast and 1-early blast and am currently only 2dp5dt. During my last BFP cycle I had cramping for a day 4-5 days after a 3 day transfer and so far I am feeling NOTHING.

    Definitely freaking out already that it didn't work...help!


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    Thanks MaryEvelyn! Lots of luck with your beta today!
    Have you been having any other symptoms?


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    I didn't have cramping in either of my first 2 pregnancies and I think in the third I only felt it because I was being VERY still and afraid to move! It is certainly not a requirement.

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    Hoping you will be getting some good news!! Waiting for the beta results are the worst...have you POAS'd? I didn't last time but I am thinking of doing it before I go in this time to prepare myself.


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    I agree, cramping is not a requirement. You definitely have a chance even without it.


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    AmyBeth: I did not have any cramping during the 2ww either (resulted in BFP). Good luck!

    maryevelyn: Good luck with your beta! Can't wait to hear the results and of course I'm hoping that it's nice and high.


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    Hi, I'm in my 2ww also. They say everyone has different experiences even with natural pg. Some women have cramping and others don't. I had a 3dt and have been cramping lately. Feels like period cramps sometimes.
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