Too early for HPT test????????

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langton
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Post by langton » Fri Jun 16, 2006 6:16 pm

luckygal, seriously dont worry, if the bloody test says your pregnant, your pregnant. at my hospital the dont even do a beta test. they say if its pregnant its pregnant. i phoned up today to see what happends next. they said the dont do a beta anymore. ive just got to go for my first scan in three weeks. stop worring now. you pregnant, take it easy and wait for your scan.well done :D

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Post by Chel » Wed Jun 21, 2006 4:51 am

today is my D12 past transfer of D2 embies. I couldnt resist the HPT kit I hav bought so did the terrible test this morning, it became an instant +ive but I m sooo scared to believe, Can it be a false positive?????? Is it tooo early to test?????? I m soooooooo confused and scared! I just want to belive its true but when i called the clinic they just said beta is still the reliable so wait til ur test date..............

Please give me some advice girls, I m really going crazy today!
Chel
me 30 DH 37
1st ICSI -ve 2002
2nd ICSI in May/June +ive (BFP) praying hard for a smooth 9 months

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Post by Zed2003 » Wed Jun 21, 2006 9:36 am

Luckygal - a positve is a positve. Try not to get too hung up on numbers - I really believe that sometimes we have too much knowledge and if we don't fit where we expect to be, we panic. I was told only recently that my EPU clinic saw women with very low numbers (not the 'norm'), some of whom didn't have numbers that doubled regularly, go on to have perfectly normal babies. On the same note, some within the 'normal' range have problems. We are all different and some things we just have to learn we can't explain or understand. I hope all goes well. Take care.

Chel - I don't know if you can get a false positive?! It sounds good though, especially on D12. Just sit tight - you've not long until 'official' testing. :lol:
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Zoe
1st IVF - Easter 2002 - neg
2nd IVF - Summer 2002 - pos, but M/C 8 wks
3rd IVF Summer 2003 - pos with beautiful baby boy
April 2006 - miracles happen - positive naturally day after receiving IVF letter to start again! Another beautiful boy

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Post by Chel » Thu Jun 22, 2006 3:19 am

ZED,
thank you for the reply, will sit tight...........just two more nights!

You take care
Chel
me 30 DH 37
1st ICSI -ve 2002
2nd ICSI in May/June +ive (BFP) praying hard for a smooth 9 months

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Post by saraid » Thu Jun 22, 2006 8:19 am

Dear Luckygal and Chel,

Congratulations! i would say you are both pregnant and on your way. My clinic does not do a beta test at all - you pee on the stick 14 days after transfer and there you go.

i developed OHSS and actually did my test only 9 days post transfer (due to test on a wed but tested on sat). It came up a very faint positive but it ws there. When i tested again on the mon the line was much darker.

I think too much emphasis can be put on the numbers so just enjoy!

Love Saraid
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me 36 dh 37
1#ICSI Jan 06 BFP scan 6 March
2#FET Sep 08 BFN
3#ICSI Jan 09



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