OK..... So today I will be 10dpt and 9dpo..I took a pregnancy test from the get go to see when the hcg 10,000 was out of my system. I just took one and it is sooooo light that it almost plays games with your eyes...lol. Question is.... I'm due to start my period on 3/8/12. I had brownish/pink spotting 2 days ago lasted about an hour and nothing more. When should I test? What test should I use?? digital?? View Thread
Yes I had u/s. I only have one tube so it will take us longer to conceive. I had 2 good gollicles on my left side and my lining was 6.5. I was on Femara 2.5mg cd 3-7. I will retest on the 7th..it's driving me nuts with this wait...lol... keeping fingers crossed. I had brownish/pink spotting 2 days ago but only lasted a few hours and now nothing. my period is due on 3/7.View Thread
I'm not due to start my period until 3/9/12. I had a trigger shot on 2/20/12 of 10,000 hcg. got up to go to the bathroom and when I wiped I had a brownish/pink on the toilet paper. Took a pregnancy test and showed a very light BFP. Not sure if left over HCG or if a true possitive. ThanksView Thread
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