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    SuzanneM
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    How soon after 3dt did you get a BFP HPT?

    I was just wondering how many days after a 3dt did you get a pos. hpt and what kind of test did you use?

    I'm 7dp 3dt today and I used a FRED and got a BFN!!!!!UGH, I'm just hoping that it is a little too early.
    Me 31 - Dh 37
    Dx - blocked hydro tubes removed 1/05
    #1 IVF - BFP
    dd - born Nov. 2005
    #2 FET - M/C
    #3 IVF - Hoping and praying Oct. cycle


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    Hi Suz!

    Remember it takes 7-10 days for HCG to leave your system. I think it is too early to test! Good Luck! Hugs!

    Carla


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    11dp3dt with super sensitive test


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    I'm one of those people who rather test daily and get the BFN's than to fool myself into believing that I'm pg only to be crushed on beta day. With my 1st IVF (3 day transfer of 3- 8celled embies), I had negative HPT's on 7dp3dt and 8dp3dt. I started getting positives on 9dp3dt (12dpo). My beta 11dp3dt was 37. Unfortunately it was a chemical pg as the betas did't double. Wishing you a better outcome. Don't worry though - it's still too early to get a postive.
    Me 31, DP 34 TTC for 3 1/2 years
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    Tx: Combined: >16 IUIs, IVF x3 (4 fresh transfers), FETx1, Losses - m/c x2, chemical pg x2.
    Me: Hudson born 11/3/07
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    What does FREDS mean?
    Me 45 DH 33
    1st IVF 7/06,AH, BFN
    2nd IVF Oct 06 Cancelled mid-cycle(oversuppressed)
    3rd IVF,new RE elevated FSH friendly,May 07 cancelled mid-cycle,4th attemp June 07 adding clomid-cancelled day 15 of stims
    5th IVF Aug 07, eggs ovulated during ER
    6th IVF Sept. 07,no fertilization
    7th IVF FSH 8.2 May, no fertilization
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    FRED = First Response Early Detection (a particular brand of test)


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    If FRER's give early false negatives, what sensitive tests do you guys use?

    -Cindy
    Cindy (39), DH (45), Dss (5), multiple fertility issues, including adhesions causing tube blockage (developed after myomectomy), 2 surgeries, 6 IUI's, 2 IVF's, no baby. Taking a ttc break and pursuing foster adoption.


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    I used the $1 ones from the Dollar Store -- they are 25iu sensitive like the FREDs.

    Go to www.peeonastick.com for reviews of all the major brands!!


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    First Response..........according to their new adds

    they are the most sensitive HPT and detect HCG FIVE days before a missed period I've never had one be wrong and I start testing nine days from trigger.
    Since the test is HcG sensitive you need to give at least that long to make sure it's all out of your system.
    IMHO


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