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December 12th, 2009, 11:15 AM
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So, I've been chilling in my 2ww. I read somewhere that you could actually take a HPT 10 DPO and get a result. (Reminder of my meds: I did Femara with a Hcg trigger on Monday Nov 30). I just couldn't wait any longer so I decided to test with the only pregnancy test I had - which was my digital. Big surprise, BFN. I'm wondering if I tested too soon? I also used my 2nd MU instead of my FMU because I'd also read that sometimes that can contain more Hcg or something like that. Ugh, now I just feel disappointed. Oh well, I guess I'll just sit back and wait for AF to come on by and try again next month. I was really hoping for a Christmas surprise though.

I'll probably test again maybe on Tuesday or Wednesday. Good idea?
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December 12th, 2009, 05:54 PM
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I always vow not to test before AF is due, but I never follow that rule myself. I know this cycle I've used 10 IC's, and 3 CB regular tests. I should know better!

I would wait until Tuesday or Wednesday if you can! That way it gives the HCG some time to build up and all that.
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December 12th, 2009, 06:14 PM
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At 10 dpo it's very early to pick up a positive on a digi.
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December 12th, 2009, 06:20 PM
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I have never heard of a woman getting a BFP on a digi at 10 DPO. I would get a FRER if you can.
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December 13th, 2009, 01:59 AM
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I agree with the other ladies. 10dpo is still early for a FRER and really early for a digi. They aren't as sensitive. I think you still have a shot and waiting a few days will give the HCG time to build up in your system if you are pregnant. Good luck!!
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December 13th, 2009, 11:33 AM
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Thanks ladies! I won't give up and I'll try again in a few days. I'm thinking on Tuesday. I'll keep you posted!!
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December 14th, 2009, 07:48 PM
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Lurker: I have endo, and just knew I was prego, but even 2 wks after af was due, just bfns. Even at the health department. The VERY NEXT DAY I went in for my pre-ops for my hystorectomy, I had lost all hope in pregnancy, long story, and then got a call that my surgery would not be performed because I was pregnant. Then my hcg didnt double, but my doc wasnt really worried about any of that, hcg works different when you have endo, not sure of the exact details, but here I am, 29 wks pregnant! Dont give up!! Hope all turns out just how you want it to!

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December 14th, 2009, 11:59 PM
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Lurker: I have endo, and just knew I was prego, but even 2 wks after af was due, just bfns. Even at the health department. The VERY NEXT DAY I went in for my pre-ops for my hystorectomy, I had lost all hope in pregnancy, long story, and then got a call that my surgery would not be performed because I was pregnant. Then my hcg didnt double, but my doc wasnt really worried about any of that, hcg works different when you have endo, not sure of the exact details, but here I am, 29 wks pregnant! Dont give up!! Hope all turns out just how you want it to!

Randi

congrats on your baby girl!!! I had no idea that endo caused HCG levels to get wacky. One more thing for me to obsess about
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