Hi... I had 3 Type 1 day-5 embryos transfered on Monday.... My first IVF cycle... Today is 6 days from transfer day... I did HPT andit showed up negative... Does it mean I am not pregnantor is it still early to know? I had pretty bad cramps for the last few days... Is that from medicine or possible symptom?
Hello, I think it is a bit early to test. Everything that I read made mention possible test from 9 days but then too so many say that HPT is not accurate. Sometimes HCG does not get picked up in urine. I would say keep postive and wait for your beta. That should be Friday, the 7th Aug, if I am correct? Also read many stories where HPT was negative and they then got a btp. Keep the faith. Baby dust your way.
Hi. I just went through my first IVF as well :) Like you, I had cramps 3-5 days after my transfer, on the 5th day they were pretty strong. So, I thought maybe it's implantation & decided to test at 6 days post transfer & got a negative. That is still early, so don't lose hope. Getting a negative also lets you know the HCG from your trigger is no longer in your system, so if you test again in a day or so, you may get your +! I tested again at 7 days post transfer and did get a faint positive, which got darker each day & my beta at 10 days post transfer was positive! Your beta is much earlier than mine, but if it is positive, it just might be a lower number & then you'll go back for a follow-up... Best wishes to you!!! =)
By now you must have had a blood test done, please let me know the outcome. Not sure why your RE asked you to come in today, this would make it 7 days since transfer right? My beta is on Thursday, I am praying for you and I. I am doing everything in my power not to take a HPT. Good luck.
i also got my ET on 10th august and beta test is to be on 20th. on day 8th of my et i checked through strip but its negative. me so upset . dont know whether beta will also be neg or not. wept all the night.
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