Thanks @lilypily 😊😊😊
I saw your most recent POAS - looking fabulous! You are so lucky to have had positive POAS from day one both times. I know the last one didn't work out but half the battle is won when it implants! You must have some beautiful looking embies for them both to stick! I have never ever had a positive POAS. Can't wait for that day.
2009 - 2010 - diagnosed with severe endo - 2 x laps, 1 x laparotomy to remove endo.
2011 - IVF - 1st cycle - chemical pregnancy, FET - BFN, 2nd FET - BFN
2013 - another laparotomy - lost right ovary and tube to a 15cm endometrioma
2014 - July - cycle #2
August - FET BFN
@ScubaGal it looks promising good luck with your BT.
AFM - I have been POAS it was getting darker up till yesterday and had some bleeding also some redish blood however today bleeding has stopped and POAS was a fainter line the line looks similar to 9DP5DT and today is 13DP5DT so I'm guessing the bleeding was AF or either it is a chemical. Those of you who have had a chemical how did you know or confirm it? Was it after getting your BT? I'm going out of my mind. BT is Thursday at least I'll be prepared if it's negative result and when I get the call at work won't burst into tears and will no longer be living in this Land of Limbo.
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Last edited by Twinkley; 02-09-2014 at 09:09.
My phone won't let me upload photos... I'm going for transfer today
Twinkley I'm so sorry this is happening to you. My loss last month was confirmed when BT showed my HCG dropping. Basically HCG going down is a bad sign and a pregnancy is not going to continue.
You do hear that there are variances in the tests and testing time of day might cause a line to be less strong but coupled with the bleeding it's not great - however there's also a possibility of a vanishing twin where one twin doesn't survive and you bleed but then the bleeding stops and the other twin continues.
With my pregnancy it took a week and a half for the HCG to leave my system, it goes up fast and down really really slow unfortunately so if it isn't continuing for you, you will keep getting positive POAS for a while
There's really no way to know though without BT and then a repeat BT.
I'd be pushing for an early test if I were you. What your going through is torture.
Sometimes there's an explanation and a miracle outcome so I really hope that for you but if not we are all here for you.
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