Okay so I am really wondering how long the trigger shot stays in your system. I guess I should have tested a few days ago to see if it was out but I didn't want to get my hopes up. So, I know I am going for a blood test on Monday and that will give me the real answer but I have had some nausea and cramping past 2 days so was really curious. I did my trigger shot on Monday the 4th. Today I did a test at lunch cause it was making me crazy and it was a VERY faint positive, barely there but it is there.Is it too early? I will retest in the morning and that will be 12 dp trigger and 10dpo. I did IUI on the 5th and 6th. Any help would be appriciated!!!
My doctor told me to take a test 14 days after trigger just to be sure it is totally out of your system. I did IUI as well when I got pregnant, and I tested 15 days past IUI and that is when I got my positive. It could have been positive before that, but I didn't want to get my hopes up.
10 DPO is still a little early, but a day or two will probably give you a more accurate result... or better yet, wait for the blood test on Monday although that seems like an eternity!
Thanks for the info, that seems like an eternity to wait til 14-15 days. I am 12 days past trigger and not real sure when I did o but should be 10+ dpo. My dr said that its usually gone by 10-12 days but sometimes can lag over. I will see what the blood test reveals!
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