@MrsSMS oh i hear you on that one, unlike you i like to know well before hand what im in for so i will be poas. Not sure what to make of this one last time i had all the symptoms but was negative n this time no symptoms just some cramping which could be af so who knows still to early to tell either way.
@Ruby hope all is well glad your able to get a bt to ensure everything is ok
Afm as you know i always poas prob is i have a very faint line so im posting for your opinion it is only very faint. Definitely not getting hopes up. Been through this before.
What dptd are you Kat? I can see a very very faint line, so faint I'd say Evap. Another day or two then test again.
@MrsMac no its not an evap line just a very faint one i waited and rechecked, im not reading anything into it i still think af will show up or is trying to but wont while im on the meds, im 5dpt so still early but will check again in a few days ive had a line before n gotten af the following day so im not counting anything. So probably like last time it will drag out to a bfn n then have to wait until January to use my last embryo
Hi ladies!!! @MrsSMS - good luck for Monday! @katt1011 - those poas's can drive us insane! Looks very faint to me but early days. Fingers crossed for you that a nice strong line comes through in a few more days!! @Apples1234 - hope you are feeling better!!!
I had my second beta this morning. First beta was 127 hcg and prog 36. Today hcg is 748 but prog has dropped to 24.
Am loving the hcg number - doubling time is about 31.5 hours (so still possibility of twins) - but am a bit concerned about the drop in prog.
FS wants me to start taking pregnyl shots starting tomorrow morning. I haven't had it before ... Am a bit concerned that the prog has dropped but 24 is actually the number that it was at for my miscarriage last year - so it isn't crazy low for me. From quick reading 10 is the 'threaten' level.
Anyone have any experience with low prog? Should I be worried ????
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