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Negative blood test after first IVF. How soon can I try again?

I just received a negative blood test after my first IVF cycle I m 40 years old they transferred 3 embryos my cycle was perfect I reacted great to all medications never had a single problem until now the embryologist said my embryos were great i had 1-8 cell 2 7cells transferred. what happens and can I try again and how soon
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Dear user, welcome to healthcare magic.
Never lose hope and be patient. There are many cases which are worse than yours.
You should be prepared that success is never guaranteed.
I there are any embryos frozen you can transfer them the next cycle.
If no embryos, you may start another stimulation cycle once you are psychologically, physically and economically ready.
I suggest having a hysteroscopy before you proceed to any of the previous options (if your doctor agrees). You may discover a cause which prevents implantation (endometrial polyp for example), also it was proven that endometrial injury improves IVF outcome.
I wish you good luck and getting pregnant soon.
Dr. Ahmed Bahaa.
Answered: Sun, 9 Jun 2013
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