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    Hi ladies, I know I'm a little early as I'm only 8dp3dt but was just after some advice from anyone who's taken Pregnyl in the past before (this is my first FET). I took Pregnyl (1500) 2 days before my transfer then at 1dp3dt & my last one was 4dp3dt (Melb cup). I've been testing each day to see when it leaves my system & it's showed no signs of leaving yet (I know I've still got 5 more days until my blood test so this could change). I was just after some opinions on when it should be gone? I'm on my I pad & will try to attach a pic, so sorry if it doesn't work, I usually attach pic's while on my phone ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1415397831.101827.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky27 View Post
    Hi ladies, I know I'm a little early as I'm only 8dp3dt but was just after some advice from anyone who's taken Pregnyl in the past before (this is my first FET). I took Pregnyl (1500) 2 days before my transfer then at 1dp3dt & my last one was 4dp3dt (Melb cup). I've been testing each day to see when it leaves my system & it's showed no signs of leaving yet (I know I've still got 5 more days until my blood test so this could change). I was just after some opinions on when it should be gone? I'm on my I pad & will try to attach a pic, so sorry if it doesn't work, I usually attach pic's while on my phone Attachment 62966
    Hard to say @Rocky27 but that's a very strong line so hopefully some of its not pregnyl.
    @akakura is the expert on pregnyl around here

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    Um pregnyl fades, each day it works its way out of your system. It doesn't appear to be working its way out. Gosh I don't even want to say this out loud but I think it's a BFP as its getting darker not lighter. And if it is a BFP then it's a very big one. How many did you put back?

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    @Rocky27 that looks pretty bloody good to me if it was just pregnyl it would be a lot fainter by now. I thinks it's a bfp

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    Thanks for the advice ladies, I'm still learning so much about all this. I'm scared to do one tomorrow now in case it's all gone or faded a lot. I have had some spotting today so an quite nervous about that.

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    I would try not to worry too much about spotting as it's fairly common and is hopefully implantation spotting. We are probably the worst girls to ask about poas since we're all addicts and cant stop once we've started...

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    We hear you. This time I only did one and it was a digital. That's so not me! I didn't do another one after that. I was too scared. Seriously your line is getting darker so I can't see pregnyl ramping up then down. It just doesn't.

    How bad is the spotting?

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    If I were you and spotting I would call my clinic as they will get you to up your progesterone. I would be doing an extra pessarys today or tomorrow if you can't get hold of them.

    If its just like a finger print I your knickers then that's nothing to worry about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    If I were you and spotting I would call my clinic as they will get you to up your progesterone. I would be doing an extra pessarys today or tomorrow if you can't get hold of them.
    I second this advice. Whack an extra pessary in.

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    Thanks, it's only a tiny little bit when I wipe, sorry for tmi! I'm also a POAS addict too....it's so hard to stop, lol and especially since chemist warehouse has them on sale for $10 too. Lilypilly, we only had one embie transferred. Thanks for the advice, it's so hard not knowing what's going on.

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