The uterus moves the embryos for their correct implantation



After an embryo transfer, most patients feel guilty for not resting enough, and tend to blame themselves when the cycle isn’t successful. Nevertheless, the endometrium has several motion schemes to keep the embryo inside the uterine cavity, impeding its expulsion and implantation in inadequate areas.

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  2. I got embryo transfer on 10.06.2017 and at night den 13.06.2017 i had very sharp pain on left side cramp . Is it normal no bleeding and the whole day i have no pain. Iam useing predisolon and (progestron vaginal tab

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