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    Question HPT Testing

    When do you normaly test following an iui and get a + on an hpt?


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    I just got a BFP and started testing with HPT's every morning from 11 dpiui to 14 dpiui and each one was consistantly positive (although started of faint).

    I took an HCG trigger and heard it can stay in your system up to 10 days post iui, so I waited until the 11th.

    Hope that helps.


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    Got my + on night of 11 dpiui.

    Jessica
    me 26, dh 35
    IF issue: severe male factor
    dd Ryan Julia, 3 1/2 years old
    donor IUI October 13, '04--BFP!!!
    EDD 7/7/05 IT'S A GIRL!!! Wyatt Olivia


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