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I am experiencing spotting after the transfer. Is that normal?

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Spotting is a common occurrence after a transfer and can indicate implantation. This can sometimes be accompanied by light cramping. If this happens, don’t worry, use a pad only (no tampons) and rest until the cramping and bleeding subside.

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