you are just in time.Test tomorrow morning with the morning urine.The test should be accurate.My RE tests for a beta 10 days post 5 day transfer. Good luck to you. Do you feel any symptoms? If not don't be discauraged is still early to feel anything.
I agree w/Jenny - you should be fine to test w/FMU. When I did my 5 day transfer, we tested at 9 days post transfer. Our beta was also on the 10th day. I'm curious why yours isn't until Wednesday - I would've thought it had been on the 10th day.
Hi Ladies - Just to let you all know i have a BFP this morning even thought i have been experiancing a few period type pains these past few days, the IVF unit said this is normal during your first 3 months of pregnancy. I wish all you girls out there good luck. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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