Hello everyone! I am new to this board and I am going nuts! This is our second round of IVF, my trigger was June 11, egg retrieval was the 13th, and the transfer was on the 16th. I broke down and tested last night which was 11 days post trigger with a clear blue digital and it was positive. I did another digital this morning ( 12 days post trigger, positive) and a third digital this evening (positive). I then ran out and bought some clear blue line tests and took one this evening and it immediately turned positive. Can I possibly be pregnant?? After 3 long years, is it finally true??? My beta test is Monday, and it is going to be such a long weekend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hello, did you do a 2, 3 or 5 day transfer? and how many embies? maybe last bit of trigger-how much trigger did you have 5000, 10000 or 15000? looking good though! best wishes melissa p.s misslollipop was yours a 2,3 or 5 day transfer?x
The same thing happened to my co-worker. She did a million pregnancy test at home post trigger and all of the test came up positive. When she finally went to the doctor on day 14 she found out she was pregnant ! I'm very optimistic for you ! She had been trying to get pregnant for 7 years now and she told me that had never happened before, that usually when she did a pregnancy test at home it would come out negative at home and negative in the office. Keep us posted :)
Hi ladies! It was a three day transfer with 10000 trigger. The first round of IVF I tested on 11 days after the trigger and it was faintly positive and then it was negative by day 12. Tested this morning (day 13) and it immediately turned into a bright plus sign! I feel like this is it, but then I am so nervous that it is still the hcg. For instance, this round of ivf I had a mild case of ohss...could that possibly make the hcg stay in my system longer? Has anyone ever heard of that happening?
Thanks so much for your support! My husband is out of town this weekend for work and so he isn't around to listen to my incessant questions! :-)
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