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Had embryo transfer done, have cramps in abdomen and lower back, cough and cold. What is wrong?

Hi, I have had my embryo transfer done on 21st of dec 12. its almost 10 days and im getting cramps in my stomach and there is pain in my lower back and legs. aslo with this i am suffering from cold and cough . i am not taking any medicines since the doctor has instructed me to avoid medicines apart from the ivf treatment course. now that all these things are happening im getting nervous and stressed out and getting worried about the results :( pls guide me and let me know whether these symptoms are normal or should i be worried???
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum.
Thanks for calling H.C.M.Forum.
Youhave got embryo transfer on 21-12-2012. now you are having cold and cramps in stomach, pain in lower back, and legs.
Now you are supposed to be a pregnant of 5 months, in 2 nd trimester you can use many drugs, but as it is an assisted pregnancy, you can use the pregnancy catogiry drugs for other diseases.
Now you have got a flu fever and pains due to that infection, I advise your I.V.F. doctor for treatment, You can have treatment with pregnancy catogiry drugs under the supervision of your doctor, with safty to the foetus.
Wishing for a quick and comfertable recovery.
Best regards.
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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