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  • imagine imagine's Avatar 03-24-06 | 01:30 AM
  • Hi I am on cd 24 and I had the trigger on cd 12 my Dr said not to test until 15 day's after the Trigger but Im afriad that I will get a false positive this weekend when I test because I have had that happen before even without the trigger so Im worried it will again, and for me that was worse then a BFN... what cd do all of you test on?
  • 3Princes 03-25-06 | 06:33 PM
  • Definitely wait till after your dr says you can test. A stupid nurse told me twice I could test at 14DPIUI even after I reminded her about the HCG shot. Then when I tested and got a BFP, I was all excited, on my way there to get the blood test, and they called me back and said I had to wait 2 more days. I was so upset and totally crushed.
    But, I was also totally pregnant, so it didn't end up mattering.
    Good luck!
  • Sonji Sonji's Avatar 03-27-06 | 06:34 PM
  • my best advice to you is to wait until the day your doctor says. on a previous cycle i was testing to watch the HCG leave my system. Then, once i got a negative i figured that any lines that showed up after that day would be a real positive. well, i waited a few days and then got 2 days worth of positive tests. when i tested on the actual day the doctor said (a day after the last positive) it was negative and so was my blood work.

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