I'm currently 9dp3dt of an 8 cell and a 5 cell embryo that I was blessed to receive using donor eggs. I've had minor pregnancy symptoms. I've used hpt's for the past few mornings with negatives on all of them. My post transfer blood work is due on Wednesday. Yesterday the anxiety and stress was getting the best of me so my family doctor agreed to do an early HCG on me. It came back at 7.51. I know that this is a very low number, but I'm happy to have a number! My family doctor said that was an okay number for no further along than I am. What do you all that have been through this think? Is there any chance that this is a viable pregnancy? I just thought that the numbers would be higher since I was using embryos. Any advice is greatly appreciated!!
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