I posted a question yesterday or day before i cant remember, about if anyone had ever got a bfp 7dpo or earlier, well i did a hpt this morning and it was positive (faint but definatly there!) Im only 7dpo i cant beleive it! I think i might of ovulated a day or two earlier though than what i expected so i could be further along than 7dpo. Im gonna test again tomo morning with first morning urine to see if the line gets darker. Good luck to all those still ttc. ****baby dust****
I used a poundshop test, its like the internet cheepies. Last month i had a few evaporation lines on other tests so this month i bought loads of cheepie ones, used first morning urine and got a bfp! It showed up within a minute and it is definatly not an evap line. After i took another one but it was a bfn but it was with second morning urine. My partners not to sure though, he wont believe it until he sees a darker line. Roll on tomo morning when i can test again!
Same here! i took a cheepie with first morning urine and it was positive, then a couple of hours later i bought a first response and used second urine to do first response and cheepie using the same urine and both were negative. I think where last month i had evaps with other tests my partner dosent want to believe it and get his hopes up. Keep us informed of your results in a few days (or when you next test) Good luck
Hey there the same thing happened to me this morning. I used Eckerd brand and got a faint positive but you don't have to hold it up to light to see it and then I took first response at lunch time and no faint line. My period is due in 2 days and I have been very nauseous. That is why I took it early. I dunno if I am preggo or not. My hubby won't believe that I am until we get darker line as well. I thought for sure that first response would be better than eckerd. I will test again in couple days but, it so hard to wait.
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