I really wouldn't like to say either way. In my opinion if it was a negative pregnancy you wouldn't be experiencing any symptoms at all. Buts its very possible the discomfort you have is from the embryo transfer. Please note this is advice only & is not to be used in place of a Medical experts.
The brown colour means that it is not fresh blood. It could be from implantation 4 - 7 days after embryo transfer or from an implanted embryo releasing from the uterine wall, more recently. More than one embryo was transferred. Don't stop taking the prescribed medication until a blood test confrims that there is no pregnancy.
Hi, It is possible to be pregnant and have a negative urine pregnancy test. It is also possible you could be pregnant with a negative blood test providing that the blood test was performed too early. This could also be why the ultrasound showed signs of pregnancy. Also if you miscarried recently without you knowing, it is possible the ultrasound picked up the sac minur the embryo. If a embryo is picked up on the ultrasound then you're pregnant hun.
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