Questions...Questions...Questons...on my mind..

Hello all you sweet women in this forum, I have a couple of questions. I keep on hearing about ectopic pregnancies in connection with IVF. Does anybody have had one with IVF? How likely is it? And I'm sure like all of you guys, I've been giving myself these injections. I just started Progesterone three days ago (The rest orally). How long do you have to be on this drug? I always had a needle phobia but this one is giving me panik attacks. Do you have to be on all these drugs until you get pregnant or otherwise give up? Each month? What about the costs? Does insurance cover anything? Or is it just wishfull thinking? And last but not least, It seems like I have gained about 12 punds in 6 weeks, yes, I'm not exercising like a nut case anymore, but do I feel like a tubbster. Does it have to do with the meds?
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e/p and IVF I don't know how likely it is but it is possible it's funny bc I just found out myself that little embies could move out from uterus into tubes.crazy huh? As if we didn't have enough to worry about. Have you tried giving yourself the injection in your tummy it was much easier for me that way.Yes your on them until you get enough eggies retrieved and if your able to freeze some embies then you don't have to go through the entire cycle again.As far as insurance depends on yours mine covered the first three luckily I got 8 frozen embies so I only have to pay for the transfer and thawing.And yes they make you gain weight! Well Good Luck


Well, Depends on the insurance you have. But if you have a problem they usually cover, at least part of it. If you finished the treatment and you started the progesterone injections, it will go far, specially if you get pregnant, about 8 weeks after you get the resultas that you are pregnant. And yes, we gain a lot of weight, we have to control what we eat, because if we don't we can really lose control.But in this stage it's mostly your body getting swollen and filled with all the liquids that your baby will need.

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