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Thread: How soon after a D&C can you do an IVF FET

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    Default How soon after a D&C can you do an IVF FET

    I just spoke with my FS receptionist and she said that after i have my D&V on Friday my FS said it will be good to do a cycle and as he will be away will organise for another FS.????

    I really didn't understand what she way meaning as i though i would have to wait for af before i could have a TF! although i did read in a thread on bb that a lady had a TF in the same cycle as her D&C

    can this be right



    I cant find the thread now i want to read it again

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    Hey Pitapata

    Not entirely sure but I had the works when I had my lap including D&C & Hysto procedure and had to wait for a full cycle before doing anything else.

    Good luck

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    just if anyone is interested it is still required to wait one cycle after D&C before they will do an FET tf

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