After the embryo transfer, you need to wait for 2 weeks to find out what the outcome of the treatment will be. These are often the longest 2 weeks of your life - and this is what patients dread the most. While there's lot of activity and excitement during the first half of the IVF treatment ( taking shots, doing scans, collecting the eggs and admiring your embryos) , after the embryo transfer you are on hold for 2 weeks. IVF clinics simply tell patients to lead a normal life - and all they are told to do is to take their medications for luteal phase support. This long wait , without any medical supervision, can be nerve wracking for most patients.
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