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Is lower abdominal pain five days after embryo transfer a sign of a negative pregnancy?

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2007-04-18 23:09:54
2007-04-18 23:09:54

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.

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