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    Any news Cinderella?

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    No not yet, sometimes they don't call till 8 😒

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    HCG 7 pro 36.3

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    You must have had very sensitive FRERs. The IVF nurse who did my blood test for my IVF told me that some can show positives for HCG as low as 2, even though a true positive needs to be over 100. That's why they recommend not testing before the BT for IVF - so you don't get your hopes up. Hopefully you have success with PGD. We would have done that next if our normal IVF round hadn't worked. I highly recommend Genea.

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    They said it was a positive and to get more bloods on Saturday.

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    Hope it turns out good news for you Cinder, I thought positive was over 25 Hcg? Fingers crossed :-)

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    My FS would class 7 as negative,
    I guess they all vary slightly though

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    7 is too low to not be a chemical anyway.

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    7 would be classified as a negative at my clinic as well.

    Generally anything less than 10HCG would not be taken into account by them as it's either natural HCG or residue from booster injections.

    Which I (unfortunately) suspect might be the case here for you.

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    Well going of that then what I was told was a chemical wasn't anything either, I was basing everything I thought off that being a real pregnancy but my levels were only 4 at 11dpo and negative at 13dpo.
    I guess I have never been pregnant


 

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