United Arab Emirates
A 38-year-old female asked:
Dear dr 7 days post one blastocyst transfer latest lab: e2:490, p4:29.4, beta hcg : 0.76 is there any hope for positive pregnancy?
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Dr. Daniel Rychlikanswered
Fertility Medicine 28 years experience
Blast transfer: If you were triggered with HCG then the pregnancy test would appear positive after 7 days. This is why we don't like patients taking pregnancy tests. If you were triggered with gnrh then the pregnancy test would be negative. You got to blast and had a transfer which is positive. Wait until the proper time for testing pregnancy to avoid stress.
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