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    Back on topic though - you said that a high quality provider should have offered different advice to what the OP believes she received. Would you suggest changing clinics or addressing this with them in some way?
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    Sorry it looks like my post was deleted. Wasn't meaning to get off topic. OP I would deff call the clinic I know you don't want too but it cold be the best course of action and they can help you through this as you have access to counselling and the best specialists to do a assessment.

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    I would suggest re-reading the consent forms, (usually many pages long and including much fine print) as well as any extra written instructions given out at various stages throughout a treatment cycle, to check what the advice actually was. My consent forms have always recommended abstinence as opposed to protected sex. The OP can then take this up with the ivf clinic.

    Unfortuneately not all ivf clinics provide the same standard of care.

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    Hi, thanks for all the replies! If I was pregnant I would keep the baby, I could never have a termination after being an egg donor. I don't have any copy's of my paper work and the post egg collection form I was given I can't find.

    Exacly how how many days from egg retrival can I take a pregnancy test? Will it show sooner if I'm pregnant with multiples due to rapid hcg?

    i took an Ovidrill trigger can this cause false positve?


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    Oh and the first ever scan the lady said I had over 38 follicles then the next scans they only counted the 27???? So I'm not sure

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    Default Ahhh I can't believe this has happend

    Quote Originally Posted by Secretmember View Post
    i took an Ovidrill trigger can this cause false positve?
    Yes it will. If you're really worried and want to know ASAP, the best thing to do would be to take a test every day, watch for the line caused by the trigger to fade, and if it starts to darken again or fades completely then reappears, then you'll know. Or, you can wait until AF is due and test then, as by then the trigger should be completely out of your system, and a true BFP would be showing by then (provided you use an FRER or other decent test).

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    If you poas now you can watch your trigger line fade. Around five days. It should fade out to nothing. If pregnant the line may not fade out or will reappear and get stronger. Start poas today though so you can establish your baseline.

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    An Ivf blood test is about 14 days after transfer to check for pregnancy. Most people will poas 2 lines by nine days post transfer. Transfer is normally 5 days post egg collection so if after 14 days you are still poas negative you are probably not pregnant. Good luck op and well done on being an egg donor. I have a beautiful DS now 4 from an egg donor.

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    From my understanding the hcg will start at the same time as it would for any other pregnancy as implantation process is the same, but yes, if it is multiples then it would go high from that point. So to answer your question - hcg would be detectable at the same stage, yet the line and numbers will be darker/higher.

    How many days past being intimate are you now?

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    I tested every day to counteract false line. The line disappeared for me 9 days after pick up, then I had a day of no line, then it reappeared 11 days after pick up so I knew I was pregnant. I know people who haven't had ovadrill who have had a good line 9 days after pick up though. For me both times was 11 days.


 

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