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TTC since September 2012
DH, 32: Non-obstructive azoospermia
Me, 32: Bloodwork, HSG and ultrasounds all normal.
9/13 - Pending TESE findings and hopefully moving to IVF.
10/13 - TESE found swimmers! IVF with ICSI planned for November 2013!!
11/13 - IVF w/ ICSI #1 (Estrace, Follistim, Menopur, Ganirelix, Ovidril and Endometrin)
ER 11/23/13 ~ 10 Retrieved, 9 Mature, 8 Fertilized
ET 11/29/13 ~ Transferred 2 beautiful hatching blasts, 5 frosties
12/5/13 - BFP!!! Beta #1 (12/7/13) - 189 Beta #2 (12/9/13) - 401
EDD - August 18, 2014
Sto71:How far along could you be and still not have any surge detected?
HPT accuracy DPO
10 dpo : 35%
11 dpo : 51%
12 dpo : 62%
13 dpo : 68%
14 dpo : 74%
15 dpo : 80%
16 dpo : 88%
17 dpo : 92%
18 dpo : 99%
So technically you could be 14dpo and still have a chance that the test isn't catching the hcg in your system. It doesn't surge though like pp stated. Hope that helps!
When you're pregnant you don't have a small window where you turn a pregnancy test positive and then they stop being positive.
So, you're not in any danger of having a sidewalk baby - if your pregnancy test says negative, it is most likely that you are not currently pregnant.