Does anyone know how many days after experiencing implantation bleeding it takes for HCG to rise to detectable levels in your urine?
Some things I've read say 2-4 days after implantation you should be able to get a positive on an HPT, but other things I've read say that after implantation it takes 3-4 days to show up on a blood test and then another 3-4 days AFTER that for it to show up on an HPT...so, about a week after implantation??
Sooo confused! Any insight or personal experience with this one?
"After implantation, one needs to wait at least 2-3 days for HcG to be shown in any reasonable amount (15mIU for blood test) to show positive. For early HPT (urine test), HcG needs to reach 25mIU which can usually be reached within 5 days after implantation."
"The HCG blood level will initially start off very low (at least 5 IU/L), but then rapidly increase (doubling every 2 to 3 days), so that within a few days to a week or so, the HCG level becomes high enough to be detected in the woman's urine"
I never had a implantation spot only cramps but for me its typically been about 2-3 days after implantation cramps started that it will show on a HPT. a old friend of mine had a + pregnancy test the same day as the spotting , so its different for some women. Good luck.
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