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Implantation and HCG for 5DT


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#1 Waiting4

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 11:25 AM

Is there any validity to this chart? If there is, it means I wouldn't get a BFP until 9DP5DT but in the past I always got one around 5 or 6DP5DT. If I haven't gotten one by 7DP5DT on a HPT that detects 10 mIU/ml should I still hold on to hope or prepare for disappointment? 

 

implantation and hcg chart for 5DT
 

 



#2 amp77

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 11:36 AM

Some embryos are slow implanters and some women product more HCG than others.  I have heard of people with negative HPT the same day as a positive beta. 

 

Good luck to you!


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Age 39, DH 43 in Oct.

TTC on and off since 2007 before our second IVF, in 2014, brought us our beautiful son.

 

FET #1 -  Sept 2016

Day 1 - Sept. 9

Monitoring - Sept. 18-22

Lining Check - Sept. 22 (11.3 mm)

Transferred 5B-BB Sept. 25 - BFP!!!  HCG 890 @ 12dp5dt and Progesterone 95.
Midwife appointment Sept. 19 and first ultrasound Nov. 4
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#3 DrMichaelHartman

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 04:18 PM

It is hard to know for certain until doing a blood (serum) hCG level at the scheduled time.

Typically we will check at least 10 days after embryo transfer, sometimes as long as 14 days after depending on the clinic. This is especially important during a fresh embryo transfer with an hCG trigger shot, as it takes some time for that to exit the bloodstream.

 

Good luck!


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#4 Waiting4

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Posted 01 February 2017 - 04:36 PM

Thanks for your reply. My main question was "is that chart valid"?

#5 ilovemydogs

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Posted 02 February 2017 - 10:26 AM

For me, I found it a bit conservative. The one positive I had was strong at 7dp5dt and likely would have shown up earlier had I tested. However, some women have hcg show up much slower/later. It's a guideline but each case can be so different that I personally don't take much stock in it.
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#6 ImpatientlyWaiting

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Posted 02 February 2017 - 12:22 PM

I think this chart should be used as a guideline and not fact.

 

I personally got a negative hpt the same day as a positive hcg even though my numbers were good.  And I tried 3 different brands of hpt - they just don't work for me all the time.


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#7 hs4816

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Posted 02 February 2017 - 02:57 PM

It's just a rough guide. Sometimes it's already hatching before implantation (sometimes not). Sometimes they do assisted hatching. Sometimes it implants a bit later than usual. At that concentration of systemically circulating hcg, easy to get false negatives with urine tests.
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I'm 39 with endo

 

IVF #1: March 2016: Long protocol: Suprefact (200)/Menopur (225)

    9 follicles => 4 eggs => 3 mature => 3 fertilized (ICSI) => 2 blasts (one transferred, one frozen)

    BFN

 

IVF #2: June 2016: Microdose flare: Suprefact (40 BID)/Menopur (150)/ Gonal (300)

     7-10 follicles (?) => 12 mature eggs => only 4 fertilized w/ICSI => transferred 2 @ 3days and 1 blast frozen

     BFP:  day 14 beta = 93, day 18 beta 557 (37h doubling time)

     Ultrasound July 21 = single, live intrauterine pregnancy

     .... so hopeful it sticks!

 

 

 


#8 DrMichaelHartman

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Posted 04 February 2017 - 12:42 PM

It is a good guideline but not necessarily perfect


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