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July 26th, 2008, 12:06 PM
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I took a FRER today and I see a faint positive(not one of those ones that you have to squint to see but one that you can see with the human eye). I am so confused though because I had my trigger(Novarel) 9 days ago. When I took another brand test over the past few days they were negative so I was pretty sure it was out of my system. I had my transfer on Tuesday so it is 4 days past transfer. I don't want to get my hopes up but I am really hoping this is a good sign. Did anyone else get a true BFP after at least 9 days past trigger? I hate this false hope


So I waited a few hours and testes again for the heck of it. Only this time it is much lighter than the first I think it still is the stupid trigger. I promised myself I would not do this to myself but here I am testing away. I agree that the FRERS are very sensitive. The other tests I took during the week did not pick up anything. Oh Well. I guess I will just have to hold out a few more days and test again.
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July 26th, 2008, 12:52 PM
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I had a + HPT at either 9 or 10 days past trigger, but it was pretty faint so it was probably still from the hcg shot.

I had 3 pregnancy tests left after that and I saved them to test days 12-14 after trigger and got BFPs all 3 days. I wasn't sure if it was from the trigger shot or not. I went to my RE yesterday and they made me POAS and it was + still and they told me I was pregnant!!! I asked if there was any way that it could still be from the hcg shot since she didn't do any bloodwork on me, and she laughed said it is out by 10 days past trigger and that I'm definately pregnant!!

I would keep testing and if that line gets darker or stays dark then you are probably pregnant!! The lines I had on days 12-14 past trigger didn't really get darker each day, at least not noticeably which is partly why I was thinking it could still be the trigger, but the line wasn't getting lighter either which was a good sign.

Good luck and keep us updated!!!

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July 26th, 2008, 02:04 PM
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When I got pregnant with DH, I triggered and didn't get a BFP until 11DPO. I was not testing to see it leave my system though but the BFP at 11DPO was strong enough for me to know it was a real BFP. The cycle before I got pregnant with DS, I tested to watch the trigger leave my system. I triggered with Ovidrel and I had a faint BFP showing up until 11DPO.

I hope that faint line gets a lot darker and is your BFP!! Good luck!

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July 26th, 2008, 02:54 PM
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Mine was gone at 8 days past trigger (6 dpo) the next day the line got darker. It was a BFP. I just posted the pics again on another thread.... I can re-post them if you want.

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July 26th, 2008, 03:08 PM
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FRER are VERY VERY sensitive. When I got my bfp there was def a pink line there and when i got my beta back that day it was only at 8..so that tells you how sensitive those FRER really are. Hopefully you are getting your BFP!!

here is my BFP pic at 10 dpo and w/a Beta of only 8


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July 26th, 2008, 03:39 PM
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Good Luck hun! Hope this is it!! Sending you lots of baby

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