[QUOTE=Dallas2012]Do you know how soon I can take a hpt after the frozen transfer. Shouldn’t have implantation taken place by now ? This is so hard. I feel cramp and weak. Not sure if it’s just me or what. I can’t stop obsessing and I know that’s not good[/QUOTE]
I am not sure with a FET. I do know that it is common for embryo’s from a FET to progress slower though so late positives are more likely and thus many Docs won’t test until I think 14 days past transfer and even then will take slow rising beta’s with a grain of salt.
I know in an IVF cycle a blast can take 2-3 days to implant and then of course you have to wait for the HCG to build in the urine which can take another 2-6 days. In my case I got a negative hpt on 5dp5dt, but got a +hpt on 7dp5dt. I had my beta on 11dp5dt I think and it was only an 89. That is good as anything over 5 I think it pregnant, but they like to see the first beta over 50.
Also, I felt a sharp sudden pain in my uterus (I felt this same thing with two of my three other pregnancies) at 3dp5dt so I don’t think I implanted until then, but another girl that cycled with me was feeling things prior to that and got her +hpt several days earlier than I and her beta was triple what mine was at 11dp5dt so it just all depends on the person. She is also carrying a singleton.
I also had ALOT of cramping and even spotted on 7 & 8dp5dt when I also got my positive hpt. So bascially for me if you take the day I think I implanted at 3dp then it took 4 days until 7dp for the HCG to show up in my urine.
Anyway, I assume with the FET you didn’t take a trigger so you really can start doing hpt’s as soon as you feel like it. I think I would start a week after the transfer though just to give your embryo’s a chance to get snuggled in and produce hcg. Of course if you don’t get a positive this early don’t get discouraged. I have seen people get a -hpt all the way up to their beta date so…it’s not over til you get your beta results.
Good Luck! :flower: