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Asked by Tammy0629

Q: When can they tell if I'm prego ?

I have a doc appointment tomorrow to check my progesterone . It's 11dpo..... Are they going to tell me if I'm pregnant ?

This question was asked Jan. 10, 2012 7:54pm
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Answered by Tammy0629 - Jan. 10, 2012 11:39pm
Ty both yalls answers were very helpful .... Hope it's a bfp tomorrow !!! : )

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Answered by emilyolsen08 - Jan. 10, 2012 9:17pm
If you get a blood test that measures the amount of hcg, then yes. That is called a BETA blood test. Anything above 5 is a positive pregnancy blood test. Sometimes, if your levels are between 5 and about 7, they label the blood test "inconclusive" and have you come back in about a week. Every woman has a slight amount of hcg in her blood even if she isnt pregnant, so they will have you come back to see if it rises any. If they give you a blood test that just tells you simply "yes" or "no" then that will not be able to tell you if you are pregnant or not yet because it is still too early. Some of the yes or no blood tests pick up the same amount of hcg as a home pregnancy test. I got a very very faint line at 11 dpo on a home pregnancy test that was 25 mui (dollar store brand test) and confiirmed it at 14 dpo with a clear blue easy digital. Every ones hormones rise at different speeds. Make sure you ask for a BETA blood test to get the most accurate result

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Answered by JLMarks - Jan. 10, 2012 9:12pm
I found out very early. I was getting a positive on the stick at 11dpo and then by my blood draws. I was being monitored very closing though as I was on clomid.

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