Embryo Transfer

The actual transfer itself was no different to my IUIs, I was told to arrive with a full bladder, and thankfully only had to remove my bottom half clothes under my sexy blue gown. I was taken into the same room yet again and after all the checks to make sure I was who I said I was, and that the embryos labels matched mine, he inserted the catheter and guided by an external scan he placed the embryos towards the thickest part of the lining. The catheter was then removed and taken to be checked that none were left inside as they aren’t visible on the scan or by the naked eye! Once we got the all clear the catheter was empty I was sent back to get dressed, given 2 pregnancy tests and sent on my way for the nailbiting two week wait!

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