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I am a PCOD patient. The last 2 cycles were not successful

My husband and I have been trying for a baby since past 3 months. I am a PCOD patient. The last 2 cycles were not successful, but this month everything seems to have gone well. We are eagerly waiting to know the results. My LMP was on 13-NOV and an FM scan on 27-NOV showed positive ovulation . As per the instructions from my gynaec, we had intercourse on 26-NOV. I wanna know, after how many days can I expect a reliable test with the PREGTEST card manufactured by Cipla? What is the HcG level that is detectable by this card? On what day of my cycle will my HcG reach that level, if I’m pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 6 Dec 2010
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After ~15 daya of ovulation UPT/HPT will be positive.

Test strip can detect the HCG only when titers are 20-25 mIU/ml hCG.

Beta HCG detected almost 15 days after ovulation and 7 days after implantation?


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Answered: Mon, 6 Dec 2010
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