I should say that with IVF I am 7dpt... my er nurse stated (just spoke with her) that usually wait until day 10 to test... 3 MORE DAYS!!!! I am going to go nuts by Friday! I want to test everyday to make it does go up!!! Okay, maybe I am being a little crazy...
I had a first HCG of 3.99 - around 9dpo or 11 dpo (still not sure) :) So, I know what you are going through!! Drove me nuts and everything went well. I miscarried at 6 weeks but it had nothing to do with my HCG being low at the beginning. 3 is good - it isn't 0 and it isn't a 1 or a 2. YEAH!!! I am sure this is it :) YA!Y!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
CONGRATS!!! I hope it goes up and up and up for you. I went back today for repeat test #3 my beta was at 2, so my RE said he's pretty sure I miscarried, but a very small chance it could have been residual trigger but doubted it at 15-17 DPO. Waiting for AF... She better show SOON!
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