May 2009: chemical pregnancy
July 2009-May 2010: 3 iui's all resulted in BFN
July 7th: ER (12 eggs fertilized, 8 embryos, 6 blastocysts)
July 12th: 3 blasts transferred
9dp5dt: -tive HPT
10dp5dt: BETA 5.8
My DH have been TTC for 2 years and started seeking fertility treatment a year ago. This was my first IVF cycle. 3 blastocysts were transferred ( one Grade 4 8-cells blast, two 6-cells Grade 3+ blasts). I just received my BETA result: 5.8!!! The nurse told me to come back for another BETA in 3 days to see if it's doubled, but she didn't sound very optimistic.
My questions are: Has anyone else receive a low BETA, but continued to have a healthy pregnancy? Is it possible that my low BETA could be a result of late implantation? Or is this a chemical pregnancy? Any feedback would be appreciated.
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