Question for those of you who have used Ovidrel or similar HCG trigger shot. I know the standard is that it stays in your system for 14 days, but my last cycle it was gone after six days. What about you? Anyone "testing out" the trigger and know when these FRER results might be real- and not residual trigger causing a false BFP?
I have been testing out the trigger with IC's and its day 6 today and still positive test altho fainter so hopefully be out of my system in next few days and then IF i cave and poas early il know its 'real' :-) GL to us all xxx
Hope mine tests out soon! will test again in the morning as its 7 days past trigger then. Yesterday was still faint positive. CONGRATS on your pregnancy littleangel! happy and healthy 9mths xxx
I'm still not convinced that it's really positive.. The one I took this morning was a :BFN:.... Though I have all the signs/symptoms, etc.. Trying to be patient and give it a few more days.. I think those FRER tests are super sensitive and my trigger was lasting much longer than usual... Good luck to you! Let us know if you get some good news!
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