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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Congrats @Misha24 when did you have the last Pregnyl?
    Last Monday @ 6:30am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misha24 View Post
    Last Monday @ 6:30am.
    @Misha24 you can calculate the rate at which Pregnyl leaves your system - I think it halves every 35 hours. So it's been 157 hours since then, which equates to 4.5 lots of 35 hrs or 4.5 times it has halved.

    This means it's more than 93.75% out of your system.

    I think the FRER can pick up a fairly small amount of HCG but your line looks pretty strong so good luck for tomorrow, I think it will be good news!

    If you've got a cheaper test you could POAS to see what a test that isn't as sensitive can pick up...

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    Congrats @Misha24!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shell'80 View Post
    @LadyLouise and @Newbee22 were you using crinone or pessaries??
    Pessaries. not my favourite thing, I think I'd prefer injecting!!! Fingers crossed our BFN's all are wrong and we all have BFP BT's! Thank you everyone for your words of support. It means a lot. X
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    @BeeinMelb I find it helps me to always be prepared for the possibility of another cycle hun.

    @KitiK hope all goes well for BT tomorrow hun

    @Misha24 I don't know much about pregnyl hun but fingers crossed yay

    @GeorgieNE glad the yoga helps hun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misha24 View Post
    My BT is 2moro. 13dp5dt. POAS this aft BFP. Now I'm freaking that it's the pregnyl. I've NEVER had a BFP before.
    I think tomorrow is going to be a very very very long day for you.... As it was for me...but I think a congrats are in order....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    @Misha24 you can calculate the rate at which Pregnyl leaves your system - I think it halves every 35 hours. So it's been 157 hours since then, which equates to 4.5 lots of 35 hrs or 4.5 times it has halved.

    This means it's more than 93.75% out of your system.

    I think the FRER can pick up a fairly small amount of HCG but your line looks pretty strong so good luck for tomorrow, I think it will be good news!

    If you've got a cheaper test you could POAS to see what a test that isn't as sensitive can pick up...
    What do you do for a job? You sound like a math geek?
    Lol 😛

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    Hello all... Good luck with all blood tests tomorrow... Hope we lots of BFPs to be celebrating....

    AFM - I got my mobile into reception area today for the first time since the battery died after I got the call I was BFP on Wednesday... Had a message that my estrogen levels were on the high side and to be aware of cramps and bloating, etc... Is that just confirming what I thought about the late onset of OHSS?
    Or is it something to be more worried about. Nurse said that if pain was managable (which it has been) not to worry... But if it's not to call them or see emergency room... But didn't sound like it was to important to really worry about unless I got into more pain... Any idea what higher than normal estrogen means... Mr goggle has not been kind for me find anything this evening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soques View Post
    Hello all... Good luck with all blood tests tomorrow... Hope we lots of BFPs to be celebrating....

    AFM - I got my mobile into reception area today for the first time since the battery died after I got the call I was BFP on Wednesday... Had a message that my estrogen levels were on the high side and to be aware of cramps and bloating, etc... Is that just confirming what I thought about the late onset of OHSS?
    Or is it something to be more worried about. Nurse said that if pain was managable (which it has been) not to worry... But if it's not to call them or see emergency room... But didn't sound like it was to important to really worry about unless I got into more pain... Any idea what higher than normal estrogen means... Mr goggle has not been kind for me find anything this evening?
    Not sure what higher than normal oestrogen means in relation to early pregnancy...do you know if its normally high?

    I usually have quite high oestrogen but that's because I have endo...

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    @Misha that looks pretty positive to me! All the best for tomorrow, but I'm pretty sure you're in for a great day!
    @akakura I had a fresh cycle again this time and I'm using the ever lovely crinone. Yuck!


 

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