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Had frozen embryo transfer. Had bleeding with clots, lower back pain. Chances of pregnancy?

I am 29 years old an had a frozen embryo transfer on the 19th nov 2012 (I had icsi) on 30th November I had a positive pregnancy test then on the 6th December I started bleeding following a bowel movement the bleeding was bright red an there were some small clots. The bleeding was only present when I wiped however I did have lower back pain . Is there still hope of me still being pregnant I have to repeat my pregnancy test tomorrow and am very nervous. Thanks Claire
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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Hello Claire,
Thanks for posting your query.
It is very difficult to answer your question with any kind of certainity. Women may have no bleeding and when tested, the pregnancy could have failed. On the other hand, you can have significant bleeding, with no effect on the pregnancy whatsoever.
Your doctor will probably do a blood test and an ultrasound(although an utlrasound can be inconclusive at this stage of pregnancy). Only then will you get a clear answer if the pregnancy is viable or not.
Hope that answers your query.
Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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