No it is not. There are no documented studies that indicate that(children/success)
Kacee (no login) Posted Jan 5, 2011 1:19 PM
bedrest makes a difference, however...many people do it. With my last DE cycle, our donor took quite a bit longer to stim. I transferred the afternoon before we were to fly back to the West Coast. I did acupuncture before transfer and then walked back to the acupuncturist after transfer for another treatment. I then walked to Whole Foods, grocery shopped and called Dh to pick me. I did rest at the hotel for a couple of hours, but with two toddlers that was next to impossible. We had to get up at 3:00 AM to drive to the airport and fly home. We took three different flights (love those airlines miles) and got stranded in the Las Vegas airport, overnight. We flew to Los Angeles the next morning. We then drove 4 hours home, unloaded the car, did laundry, repacked the car and kids and took of for a two week workshop at Cal Poly, in San Luis Obispo. It was a coaching workshop, which we help run. The campus is incredibly hilly. When I was not working or teaching, I had complete care of two toddlers in a college dorm. The result of that transfer is sitting next to me.
I had another RE tell me about a patient that less than 24 hours after transfer, embarked on a cross country bicycle trip. She has healthy twins. There is also the story of the woman who's parachute did not open and she did not lose the pregnancy.