Negative pregnancy test 9 days post frozen embryo transfer and white discharge. Could I still be pregnant?

Could be. It takes an embryo about 2 weeks to make enough HCG for a positive pregnancy test. You may wish to repeat the test in 5-6 days. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully.

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Had embryo transfer on 30/08/14. My urine pregnancy test negative today. How are the chances of me being pregnant?

Still early. It is difficult to say until you go pass 16 days post-egg retrieval, at which time a urine pregnancy test may tell you if you are pregnant or not (if your period did not start). By waiting a few days it will sort itself out. Read more...
Embryo transfer. It may still be early for the embryo to implant and raise HCG level enough for a positive urine pregnancy test. Give it at least a month, if the test is still negative then repeat it in the blood and follow up with your fertility specialist. Read more...

When is the earliest that I can test for a home pregnancy test after a 3 days frozen embryo transfer?

Patience... Patience is a virtue that all parents should seek. It is most valuable for raising children. A urine pregnancy test done correctly should give a reliable result on 2-3 weeks later (making it unlikely to be a false negative if it is negative). Hopefully, it will be a positive, but there should be no need to give it another thought until then. Read more...

How early can I do a pregnancy test after frozen embryo transfer?

Pregnancy post ET. It is not uncommon to have a little delay of starting a pregnancy after fresh or frozen et. But if you wait 2 weeks post transfer you should be able to tell. I have used tens before and after et according to the literature from china, and it seems to be increasing the pregnancy rate. If you are close to the ny area i suggest you schedule a consultation. Read more...

15 days following embryo transfer I had a ve pregnancy test followed by 2 negatives at day 17 19 I have not had a period could I still be pregnant my clinic advised me to stop all meds but I m scared to do so?

Yes. Embryo needs a little time to implant and get the villi out into the system. It's the production and transfer of bhcg into the maternal circulation that makes the pregnancy test turn positive (urine takes longer than blood). Read more...
Doubtful, sorry. It's still possible but very unlikely, i'm sorry. With an embryo transfer the dating is absolute, and 15 days after transfer is more time than necessary for the test to be positive. You should trust your clinic and talk with them about your concerns...Sorry about the disappointing cycle. Read more...

16 day of embryo transfer and negative result I did the urine home pregnancy test and was in the evening not the morning. Could I still be pregnant?

MAybe. Most likely the urine pregnancy test is accurate by this time. If you do not start your period then recheck in a few days. Most likely you have a follow up appointment scheduled with your fertility doctor for a BHCG blood test. Read more...

How long before taking a home pregnancy test after a blastocyst frozen cycle embryo transfer?

Embryo transfer. Your infertility specialist will no doubt be keen to get an early pregnancy test to see if implantation has occurred. In general, a home test should be positive 7-10 days post transfer. Read more...