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#1 kelwantsababy

Posted 09 December 2012 - 07:15 PM

I know I know!! The 2ww is driving me insane, I just wanna know!!
I had a 5 day blast FET on Monday the 3rd & testing isn't until Thursday 13th.
How soon did u test & it was positive?

#2 bree18

Posted 09 December 2012 - 07:44 PM

I start testing about 9dpo and have got faint positives 10dpo and one very faint at 9dpo BUT of you test early and get a negative remember that some people don't test positive until just before or when their AF would be due.
Also if you're on any luetal support that has hcg don't test early as it might not be out if your system yet.

#3 aidensmum

Posted 09 December 2012 - 07:56 PM

I'm not a big tester. Have tested day 28 if it falls on weekend or public holiday. Got clear positives those days. Im keen to know before getting the call, but try to be patient otherwise. After a couple of chem pg's I'm a bit over it. My pathology request for this week doesn't say quantitive so the only result I'd get is pos or neg. Think it was prob a mistake but am thinking I'll stick with it as I'm over worrying about levels when on the end they don't mean much.

I did buy a 3 pack of first response when I started the cycle. Now don't want to use cos I had HCG boosters.


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