HI Everyone. I have a question I had took 1-PG test last night and showed up ++ I took another this morning using first morning urine and came up ++ I went and bought a Clear Blue Easy Early Test Digital and came up instantlt Pregnant.. I am ready excited so I called my doc as thinking I should go for blood work and she just kind of yelled saying that it may be false as the HCG shot takes 7-10 days out of your system. Well hello its out of my system and my Mensus should of started yesterday.. Nurse claimed that my period isnt due until Saturday! She is only going by my charts dont you know your own body.. What a way to crush you when your feeling so excited.. She is suppose to pull my chart and will call me back.. Anyone else experience this?
The nurse is 100%!! HCG can stay in your system 14 days after administered. It is usually safe to take hpt around the same time as your expected period to get an accurate reading. HCG will definately give you a false positive and will only lead to a huge let down. I had one on July 14th and was instructed not to take one till July 30th.
What a downer.... well I checked with my best friend, GOOGLE, and it looks like trigger shot should be out of your system within 10 days. The nurse is probably just covering her bases. You can see from other posts on medhelp too that others got their BFP 14 days after trigger shot and it was a real BFP.
I haven't heard of getting an HCG shot, I always thought you just produced it once you're pregnant. I know a lot, but since this hasn't been suggested to me from my doc I haven't thought twice about it.
Thanks everyone for responding.. It should be out of my system by now I had my HCG Shot on July 8 and I just tested yesterday my Period was due yesterday being 28-days I am sure the nurse was CYA which is fine. My friend had to give herself HCG shots in her stomach and she was 6-days out from just giving her one and she tested way to soon and was PG she got her blood work done and she was in fact PG.. I guess everyone is different and bummed me out about what the nurse said but I will see tomorrow what will transpire and see if I am right.,.
HcG shot is an injection given intramuscularly (sp?) and it triggers ovulation. When your doctor feels you have enough follicles and they are big enough, they will tell you to do your "trigger" shot to help the follices mature and rupture. (ovulate) This happens 36-40 hours later....sometimes sooner than that, sometimes later. Just depends. So it isn't an HcG test, it is something to trigger ovulation.
I have had all the fertility testing everything was normal. Last week I started clomid and then on Friday started HCG trigger shot. So it has been about 4 or 5 days after the HCG shot. I did take a HPT just for the hell of it and it turned out to be positive but very dark this time. I know the Doctor wants to test on the 29th but I couldn't wait. I have recently been taking my temps and they have been 98.9, 98.7, and today 99.1. I was just wondering what your stories are if you had taken fertility drugs. I just need someone to talk to I have no one because no one will understand me. All of my friends are pregnant on their own.
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