i got my first faint BFP at home 7 days after my 3 day transfer. The tests I use are sensitive to 20IU HCG. I took one every morning and watch the line get darker and darker.
this morning they did my first beta at 15dp3dt and it was 445 :)
do you know if u do 3 day transfer whats the earliest possible day you can test and get very faint line positive, i feel no different, no symptons on day 7 after transfer and am so anxious to do a hpt though i just think it will be negative as our embie was fragmented and only 6 cell.x
I,ve done the forbiden and done hpt early i'm 7dpt and 3 day transfer of not the best quality embie, well test was most def neg, no faint line at all. i know some of you have got faint lines but have any of you done a test on day 7 or 8 or 9 got a negative then got a positive hpt say day 11 or 12 on a 3 day transfer. yours really really hoping melissa
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