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    Default Ovidrel question!?!?

    Hi ladies
    I'm having my FET transfer Tuesday morning.
    I triggered with ovidrel Tuesday night.
    I took a hpt 1dpo of course it was pos. took one this morning 3dpo and it was neg? Is it poss that the hcg could be out so soon? I thought it stayed in your system for like 9 days? It was a 250iu dose.
    any help appreciated!!

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    Guess I just thought it should still be there at least til the embryo was back in

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    Default Ovidrel question!?!?

    Nope. It usually dissipates 1000ius per day. I tend to trigger with 5000ius of pregnyl and it takes about the 5 days. So I would say a tiny 250iu would def be out of your system.

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    Default Ovidrel question!?!?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiredofttc View Post
    Guess I just thought it should still be there at least til the embryo was back in
    Someone else might be able to explain this better because I have never had a fet. Got close with our one and only embie that was frozen in 2009 but it failed the thaw correctly. Haven't had any survive to put back into the freezer ever since.

    I think the use of overdril is to make your body ovulate and LH surge so you are into the progesterone phase and lining is nice and thick by the time your embie is put back. Therefore it takes a number of days between your overdril and when embie is put back.

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    Ok thankyou :-)

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    Sorry it was 250mcg lol.. Think I found the answer on google. Plus the test was faintly positive when I rechecked so it is still there a little bit


 

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