Thursday, May 28, 2009

How long does an embryo take to implant into the uterine wall after an ivf transfer?

Post transfer my thoughts have been running wild. Mostly, I'm just trying to understand what is going on in my body and how these bugaboos are doing in there. Right after transfer, the clinic and RE gave me a short do's and don'ts list and sent me on my way. Why didn't someone give me a 5 minute education on embyro development post transfer. What changes would they be going through over the next week or so?

So, 1dpt (1 day post transfer) I got to thinking.......How long does an embryo take to implant into the uterine wall after an ivf transfer?

In case you're curious, here's the snapshot answer:

How long does an embryo take to implant into the uterine wall after an ivf transfer?

1dpt....Blastocyst hatches out of shell on this day
2dpt.. Blastocyst attaches to a site on the uterine lining
3dpt.. Implantation begins, as the blastocyst begins to bury in the lining
4dpt.. Implantation process continues and morula buries deeper in the lining
5dpt.. Morula is completely implanted in the lining and has placentacells & fetal cells
6dpt...Placenta cells begin to secret HCG in the blood
7dpt...More HCG is produced as fetus develops
8dpt...More HCG is produced as fetus develops
9dpt...HCG levels are now high enough to be immediately detected on HPT

FWIW......................for those of you who plan on taking hpt's (home pregnancy test) during your tww, I recommend holding out until at least 9dpt when HCG levels can be detected on HPT.

Source(s):http://www3.fertilethoughts.com/forums/s...

10 comments:

  1. Great to hear about the transfer--I'm wishing you tons of sticky implantation vibes right now! That's too bad about the frosties. So disappointing. We are hoping for some...but not holding our breath either. Right now, just two good eggs and a day 5 transfer is what I really need!
    Good luck with the wait, at least it won't be long now!

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  2. That was a great post - I kind of knew when implantation occured but that list is really specific. Hope your little guys are burrowing in right now!

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  3. Sending you sticky vibes! I really liked the list of what's going on...interesting!

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  4. just had my transfer today!!! GREAT to read your post!! I hope you had good luck.Check out my blog at frankenkid.blogspot.com

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  5. I am 5dpt with my 1st DE transfer. With 2 failed IUI's, 1 misscarriage and 6failed IVF's, I am trying to stay positive. Making the decision to use DE was a complex one as you could well imagine. For now I am just sitting here hoping the "little guys" are checking in for the long haul.

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  6. 11 days after implantation and a negative hpt . Are the odds against me ?

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  7. had a frozen embreo transfured 2day so nervouse they said it was an a gread embreo i already have a baby boy from the same bunch he now 9months old just want to wish all the girls going through ivf to never stop trying if u want something bad enough you can get it to all the best girls let yas no in 10 days

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  8. Thanks for this info...been searching all over google for a timeline breakdown like this. I'm currently on my 2ww and it's sooOo nerve wrecking!

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  9. 4 failed IUI ,1 failed ivf (et),1 ectopic preg,now in 2n ivf process..wondering what's going on inside my uterus..it's real hard to stay positive because.apart from filling full..there is no sore boobs symptom..:-(good luck friends!!!!!!!!!!!

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