I'm so sorry. I know how you feel. I have had four failed IVFS and many failed IUIs as well. It is awful to see that negative. If you had a 3 day transfer I would say there is still hope but if it was a five day blast transfer the negative is most likely valid. I went in 9dp5dt for my beta. I'm so sorry:(
I disagree with everyone... I did a 5dt IVF and my hpt was neg the day of my HCG. My hcg came back really low (9) but they said anything above a 5 is pregnant. I have to repeat the test tomorrow. If you are not due for your beta until Friday you still have plenty of time for it to be positive.
Have you seen this? It should help you know when to test...
For those who are on their TWW and want to know what is going on in there here is a list for 3 and 5 day transfers.
This is what happens in a 5dt:
-1dpt ..embryo is growing and developing
0dpt... Embryo is now a blastocyst
1dpt....Blastocyst hatches out of shell on this day
2dpt.. Blastocyst attaches to a site on the uterine lining
3dpt.. Implantation begins,as the blastocyst begins to bury in the lining
4dpt.. Implantation process continues and morula buries deeper in the lining
5dpt.. Morula is completely implanted in the lining and has placenta cells & fetal cells
6dpt...Placenta cells begin to secret HCG in the blood
7dpt...More HCG is produced as fetus develops
8dpt...More HCG is produced as fetus develops
9dpt...HCG levels are now high enough to be immediately detected on HPT
this is what happens in a 3dt :
1dpt ..embryo is growing and developing
2dpt... Embryo is now a blastocyst
3dpt....Blastocyst hatches out of shell on this day
4dpt.. Blastocyst attaches to a site on the uterine lining
5dpt.. Implantation begins as the blastocyst begins to bury in the lining
6dpt.. Implantation process continues and morula buries deeper in the lining
7dpt.. Morula is completely implanted in the lining and has placenta cells &
8dpt...Placenta cells begin to secret HCG in the blood
9dpt...More HCG is produced as fetus develops
10dpt...More HCG is produced as fetus develops
11dpt...HCG levels are now high enough to be immediately detected on
I have had a FET and 2 very good embryos transfered. I am now on 6dpt and hpt is negative ...Maybe it is to early to tell. I am starting to worry now as i have abdominal cramps and also lower back pain from day 1 of transfer This is my first attempt...
my tests were all negative until the faintest line at 11 days post-transfer that only showed up on a First Response test (pink). All the analog (blue) tests have been negative and I wish I hadn't wasted my money on them.
I am 11dpt3dt. It's my first IVF. I am 43 years old. We have done 3 rounds of Clomid & 2 IUIs, all with BFNs. I tested with a HPT on 7dpt, 9dpt & 11dpt, all with BFNs. The quality of my embryos were average. I'm just wondering if there is any hope left at all. I am an American living in France & after the age of 40, it is extremely frowned upon to do assisted pregnancy. I have negativity all around me. And I can't find any recent posts on any sites - they all go back to like to like 2011. Feeling so sad & so alone.
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