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07-28-2010, 05:12 PM
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Hey guys, I'm new here to the forum.
Just a little background info on me before I ask my question...
Hubby and I have been TTC for about 1.5 years now. I have very irregular periods and possibly PCOS (have not been formally diagnosed). Hubby is perfect.
Last month, I started my very 1st round of Clomid 50mg on CD 3-7 with an Hcg trigger waiting in the wings if I had a good follicle. I only had one follie that got to 16mm, so I didn't get my trigger. This month was my 2nd round of Clomid, this time 100mg. On CD21, my u/s showed a 19mm follie. My OB thought I might be a late ovulator, so she gave me my hcg trigger.
I POAS on 10dp trigger and it was negative, so I was told that meant the trigger was out of my system and I could start testing for a BFP.
Well, I'm now 15dp trigger (possibly 13 or 14 dpo, not quite sure when I O'd since I don't O on my own) and I'm still testing negative..
My question is.. is it possible to still get a BFP this long after my trigger, especially if I O'd late? Has anyone gotten a BFP 15 days or longer after a trigger?
I know it's hard to tell the difference between pregnancy symptoms and AF symptoms, but I've had some light cramping that comes and goes since around the time I was supposed to O. Actually, around my O time, the cramps started to get pretty bad, I thought I was about to get AF! But, they went away in a few hours. In the past, the way I know I'm about to get AF is that I start to cramp and I always get AF the same day. I've been cramping for about a week now and still no AF... any thoughts?