Sperm graft: Giving you the opportunity to be a mother

Sperm implantation is a medical technique that increases the chances of pregnancy for people who are difficult or slow to have children in a natural way.

In this technique, the doctor inserts sperm into the fallopian tube. If the egg is fertilized successfully, the cells begin to multiply and develop into a zygote. The zygote moves to the uterus to become an embryo and grows there until its birth.

What will this method do on a woman’s body? When should you have a pregnancy test after the transplant? Please find out in this article.

Common symptoms after sperm implant
Most women who have just had a sperm transplant experience tightness in the abdomen. The pain is similar in nature to menstrual cramps or worse. This is a common symptom when an egg is fertilized and attached to the lining of the uterus to develop a zygote.

The zygote goes down the fallopian tube to become an embryo. Eventually, the embryo enters the uterus, taking blood and nutrients from the mother’s body to develop into the fetus. Along with the feeling of tightness in your abdomen, you may have “little girl” bleeding. This phenomenon is called transplant bleeding, usually occurring in 10-14 days after conception.

“little girl” bleeding is usually much lighter than menstrual bleeding. In some people, the bleeding is only a small dot.

In addition, after being implanted sperm, the female body may appear other manifestations, such as:

Amenorrhea
This symptom is the most obvious sign that you are pregnant. It also means that the sperm transplant process has been successful.

Breast pain
After implantation, your breasts may swell, causing pain. This is because your hormonal hormones have changed.

Change emotions, mood
This is also what happens when your body has hormonal changes.

Loss of appetite or particular sensitivity to the taste of some dishes
According to folklore, this phenomenon is called “morning sickness”. It is also one of the early signs that you are pregnant.

Frequent bloating
Bloating can be a normal manifestation or sign of some other health condition. However, if it comes after you implant sperm, your body may have had a hormonal change due to pregnancy.

Stuffy nose
Hormonal changes can make the mucous membranes in your nose swell. This will cause you to have a runny or stuffy nose. In some cases, women may also have a nose bleed after sperm implant.

Constipation
After a sperm transplant, you may become constipated for a few days to a week. This happens due to hormonal changes that make the digestive system work more slowly.

The time when symptoms appear after sperm implants
When the embryo enters the wall of the uterus, transplant symptoms may occur on the 6th to the 10th following.

At this point, the estrogen level in your body will decrease and the wall of the uterus is in a state ready to receive the embryo. Then the body begins to form parts of the placenta. Within two weeks, you will have enough gonadotropin hormone (hCG) to activate the factors for a positive pregnancy test result.

Early signs of pregnancy can appear soon after a successful transplant. However, this time period is not fixed. They are different for each person.

When should you have a pregnancy test?
After implanting sperm, everyone has the psychological hangover want to test pregnancy to see if the results are as expected. However, for the most accurate results, you need to wait one to two weeks after completing the transplant procedure.

The HCG hormone takes time to build up in the body before giving a positive result on urine or blood tests. If you have a pregnancy test before HCG has accumulated, pregnancy test results are often inaccurate.

About 12-15 days after sperm implant, you can review the results by dipping a urine dipstick. If the test strip appears two lines (usually red or pink), you are pregnant.

If you want to confirm your results from a urine test again, go to a hospital or other medical facility for blood tests. HCG hormone is detected in the blood shortly after a week of conception.

When do you need to see a doctor?
There are many early signs that you are pregnant. If you think you’re pregnant, consider taking a home pregnancy test or going to the hospital to have your doctor support the test. The results of a doctor’s test at the hospital are always more accurate than the results of a home pregnancy test.

Abdominal pain and a small amount of blood in the “little girl” is a common sign in someone who has just had a sperm transplant. However, some people will not experience this symptom or just abdominal pain and not bleeding.

Usually, the pain subsides and ends in a few days to a week. If the pain persists with fever or other symptoms, see a doctor for a checkup.

You should also be examined by a doctor if there is a lot of “little girl” bleeding or “little girl” discharge with unusual odor or color. In rare cases, severe abdominal cramps and “little girl” bleeding are emergencies. At that time, patients need medical intervention as soon as possible.

After a sperm transplant, you will also need to attend all follow-up appointments, hospital exams or the doctor’s office that is taking care of you. This will ensure you are closely monitored and promptly detect any signs of abnormal miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy.

Sperm culture is an advanced medical technique. This method has helped many couples to receive the children they want. If you have difficulty conceiving in a natural way for any reason, consult the information regarding this method before making your choice.

 

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