Hi there...I have a postive pregnancy test at 10 days past ovulation or 12 days past ovidrel and I am wondering if this is a true positive or due to the ovidrel. Does anyone know the answer? Many thanks!
Thank you! I am keeping my fingers crossed. We have been undergoing fertility for years with a loss at 22 weeks, 9 weeks and 2 additional early losses. I found out I am homozygous MTHFR which clots the blood, so I am now on lovenox....REALLY HOPE this is the one! Thankyou! I'll post tomorrow as well for those who want to know :)
Congratulations!!!! I get so happy when I read post about women conceiving!! Was this your first time taking ovidrel? I'm waiting to trigger myself and reading your post gives me a lot of hope! GOODLUCK : )
Thank you for all your happy thoughts...This was not my first time taking ovidrel, but I dont remember how early I tested on prior attempts??? Sorry! I am waiting for my beta results now...I'll let you guys know! I can't wait to see your 2 lines! xoxo
I believe that Ovedril wears of by day 12, that's when I did my testing and it was positive!!
How come you had a loss at 22 weeks? That sounds very late.......Im sorry...Could you let me know, send me an email or something, cuz I am 23 weeks now and very worried...
THANK you and Congrats again1!!
You shouldnt have anything to worry about anya1984 your way past your halfway mark so dont worry and stay strong and before you know your little one will be here ready to greet you!!! Take care and stay posted. : )
Anya, please do not worry about your pregnancy. Unfortunately we did not find out about our babies anomolies until the 20 week ultrasound. These were not compatible with life. Your baby sounds strong and healthy...no worries! Congratulations! xoxo
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