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Question: What is the reason behind that the bleeding comes some times after embryo transfered

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Answer: hi dear! Often, women who experience spotting after embryo transfer assume the implantation failed. However, light bleeding or spotting can occur, and is especially common in instances where the cervix required manipulation during the transfer. Sometimes called an implantation bleed this type of bleeding typically originates from the uterine opening. Therefore, it will have no negative impact on the embryonic development. so dont worry dear. take care dear!
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