Ok...SO here's my story....I had a 5d transfer on the 14...We put in 2. I took a hpt on Tuesday just to make sure all of the hcg was out, as of Tuesday it was all out. Wednesday night, faint line, Thursday was darker. Well I talked my dr into giving me an early beta test....My test wasn't scheduled until today, which was the 10 days. Well friday it was 27, Monday it was 200 adn today it is 508....Which today should of been the first beta....Give me your input...
with my singleton I was at 200 some nine days after transfer and 800 some on day 11
with my last twins I was at 99 on day 9 or 10 and 201 two days later
with this pregnancy - 127 nine days post transfer and 900 some 11 days post transfer - congrats
they say anything over 500 on 14 days post transfer is good
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