Worked for me 2 days before my missed period. It really all depends on when the baby implants in your uterus which could be 6-12 days after ovulation/conception. I have heard and seen some tests taken at 8 dpo with positive results. Some people don't even get positive till they are a week or two late.
It worked with me with my son i found out 3 days before i missed my period and my last pregnancy i found out a whole 7 days before i missed my period...i agree though it all depends on when you ovulate...because ovulating late and not knowing can push your period back so you think your period is due in 5 but it could in reality be due in 8 or 9...good luck hun i hope you get what you want SSBD
I was positive for my second pregnancy 5 days before my missed period. The line was light but I took it at night. I took it because my breasts were killing me. It made me about 3 weeks and some days along.
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