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    7dpt positive test mentioned

    So I am 7 dpt and I have a positive pregnancy test. Could this be leftover Hcg in my system or an actual positive? Help! Has anyone else ever gotten a positive or false positive 7dpt?

    -Dana


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    At this point it is usually not leftover HCG if you did a 5 day transfer...3 day maybe/maybe not...although everyone is different....test tomorrow and if it is darker on the same type test you can feel better that it isn't HCG from trigger...Best of luck to you and hope this is it!!!!!!


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    I agree-- if it's a 5dt, you should be in the clear (since you'd be about 13 days since your trigger)-- if it's a 3dt, you're on that borderline (since you'd be about 11 days since your trigger). They say it can take about 10 days for the trigger to get out of your system. So, it sound promising. Good luck!


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    I got a BFP on 7dp3dt... I am pg with twins and my beta on 14dpo was 507.

    Good luck to you on your beta
    Me (34) DH (34); TTC 2003; PCOS, overweight & IR, low sp vol and slightly low morph
    6 failed IUI (1 Clomid; 4 Bravelle; 1 Gonal-F)
    IVF #1 - M/C 1.28.07 (8w3d) due to subcho bleeding
    IVF #2 - June 07 BFN
    IVF #3 - Dec 07 BFN
    IVF #4 – May 08 - beta 11dp3dt 5.31.08 = 507; beta 17dp3dt = 4326 (IVF/ICSI, co-culture, no bcp, clomid + inj)
    1st u/s 6.9.08 twins. 11w5d u/s lost 1 twin at 8w2d.


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    I did a hpt at 5dp5dt and got a negative, then I did one on 7dp5dt and got a positive. Just keep doing the hpt each day to feel more secure about it.


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    thanks you guys. all of this info is very helpful. i am going to call my dr. in the morning to see if i can get in for an early beta.


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    Either 3dt or 5dt, you SHOULD be in the clear. There is a slight chance it could be from the hcg shot still, but not likely! Most likely it's a little bean or two making that hcg!
    Stacie(37) DH(30)
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    IVF#3 9/05 BFP Ben 4/29/06 -- FET#2 11/07 BFN
    IVF#4 5/08 BFP Ashley 1/2/09



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