After taking a 3 months break, I was ready for another FET. Let's use up the remaining 3 blasts. Well at this time, I wasn't too optimistic already. I was given estrade (Estradiol) pills to prepare my endometrial lining. Once the lining was 1 cm, I was prescribed crinone two times a day as well as Duphaston (progesterone pills) to be taken 3 pills per night. This made my head really dizzy so I had to take it right before bedtime.
The funny thing with this transfer was that I was asked to go in at 3:00 pm however I got a call at 1ish pm from the lab asking me why I wasn't there already. I told them I was on my way already and they said all the other patients were already there waiting for the transfer. Anyway I reached the lab at 2ish and when it was time for my transfer, the doctor exclaimed that my bladder wasn't full enough and I got sent back to the waiting room! :( I then took two big cups of water and waited for 30 mins, by which time all the other patients were done with their transfers. I got sent to the ET room again (as the last patient) by which time my bladder felt like it would burst! The transfer was quick however after I got up and wiped, there was so much blood on the tissue paper! Never did I experience bleeding from ET. I was anxious and went and spoke to the lab personnel at the reception and they said this was most likely because the cervix was scraped a bit from the transfer. Left me wondering if the doctor wasn't too happy about my not very full bladder earlier.
Long story short - I started bleeding at 7 days post transfer (7DPT). Called the lab and they wouldn't give me any answers and asked me to call the doctor. I called the doctor and got to speak to the nurse. She instructed me to just keep on using Crinone and taking my progesterone oral pills until day of beta hcg test. I was practically bed ridden, the bleeding had gotten heavier. I decided to go for the beta at 12 DPT instead of 14 DPT. As you can guess, it was a bfn. I inquired (again with the associate doctor) why I bled at 7 DPT and if it was because of insufficient progesterone supplementation. He said it happens sometimes as they body knows best when to shed the lining especially when it gets too plump/thick and there is no implantation/pregnancy. He asked me if I wanted to wait and consult with Dr. Hwu which I didn't see a point so I declined and walked out of the clinic and later cried my eyes out.