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When will I get pregnant after an ivf embryo transplant ?

Hello, i had done my ivf embryo transplant on 23rd wednesday, march 2011. when shoule i be getting the positivity for pregnancy??? today is 30th march, & i did my HCG urine test , it showed nagative. what is my dpo day today??? please answer my 3 questions in detail thanks,
Asked On : Wed, 30 Mar 2011
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If embryo transfer was done in same cycle after ovum pick up then you can do beta HCG on 12 th day, counting day of ovum pick up as first day. Kindly mention in detail which day ovum pickup was done and which day embryo was transferred. Beta hCG becomes positive about 12 days after egg retrieval, 9 days after a day-3 embryo transfer and 7 days after a blastocyst transfer, the woman should have a quantitative beta hCG blood pregnancy test performed. Urine test will be positive only one week after serum beta HCG. Take care.
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