I'm 7dp iui and 8dp trigger shot. The lovely 2WW is killing me. I've been keeping myself pretty busy...i just need to get thru one more week. I go in for bloodwork tomorrow to test my progestrone levels. Does anyone know what's a good number? Next friday I go in for more blood work again...and I hope the results will be BFP. I'm trying to hold off from testing but I'm so tempted. Does anyone know when is the best time to start testing? Should the trigger be out my system by now?
I didnt have my Progestrone level checked. Sorry i cant help u with that. the trigger shot varrries depending upon the person. If u want to know for ure go buy a $1 test and check. if it is neg then the trigger is out. I dought a hpt will show up before 12dpiui. even then it is best to wait until 14dpiui. I have had a few show up early. GL
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