Well... I was feeling a little weird yesterday so I took all your advice and went to the Dollar Tree and bought a $1.00 pregnancy test... (amazed to see the sensitivity level was 20 mui)... but it was as faint positive. Very faint.
I took my trigger shot on day 8 and had my IUI on day 10. Yesterday was day 22 and I am due for the beta blood test Wednesday (day 24). I just couldn't wait. But a positive is a positive, right????
I am not even 2 weeks from O. I am cautiously excited b/c I m/c in Feb. But could this be a positive or possibly leftover trigger?
I have PG symptoms... sore BB, BB are bigger!!, fatigue, gas (TMI)... but I am also on those awful prog. suppositories.
Has anyone had a trigger shot remain in their system for 2 weeks?
Mine lasted about 11 days...but it depends on how much and what kind of HCG trigger you used, there is ovidrel (250 and 500 dose) and I had the 250 and it was in me until 11, but if you had the shot on day 8 and you tested on day 20, that is 12 days...test today and see if it got darker...if so, start doing a baby dance celebration :)
I wouldn't be able to hold out either!! I had a hcg trigger 8 days ago on April 30 and I want to test already! I am going CRAZY - the last week was the S L O W E S T ever and I still have one more to go to see if it worked!!!! The RE said not to test until the 17th - what is she nuts???? UGHHHHHHHHH!!!
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