I am just wondering how many people get "early" bfp's and how many don't get them until af is actually late. Faint one's are fine as long as you are sure it's a positive result. I tested at 7 and 8 DPO and got super faint lines that I believe were evaporation lines even tho they were within the 3 mins. Anyway just curious to know if women regularly get bpf's that soon
1. Early at 9dpo or sooner
2. got a BFP at 10 or 11DPO
3. got a bfp at 12 to 14 DPO
4. didn't get a bfp until AF was actually late or never got one and had to have a blood test
I'm ovulating at the moment so i will have to let you know lol! I bought some tests from ebay last month and the are super sensitive and they say you can test as early as 5-6 dpo although i'm not convinced but i will deffo be testing that early just incase haha! Obsessed or what?!
I voted 12-14 DPO, I am not actually sure how many DPO I was since my dr. said my luteal phase is extremely long, I ovulate a couple days after my period and I have 37 day cycles. But that being said, I tested the morning my period was due and it was SUPER SUPER BRIGHT, I probably could have tested a week before then and it still would have shown.
I voted 12-14 because at 10 DPO I got a negative and the day AF was due I noticed my BBs where super sore, so I tested at 14DPO and got my BFP!! I was using super cheap tests, so that could have been why. They were the strips that you have to dip that you get a package of like 30 for $10.00, LOL!!
10dpo with my daughter and 9dpo with this pregnancy. the first test I took with this pregnancy at 9dpo was actually a digital and of course it said negative, but the strip inside had a definite faint positive...so I tested again with a non-digital and it was definitely a faint BFP...and it got darker from there over the days so I knew it wasn't me being crazy, lol.
I voted 10-11 dpo, I got a really faint line at 10 dpo, didn't believe it! At 11dpo I got a faint line on the same test (internet cheapie) and then again on a frer...still didn't believe it until 12 dpo when I got a slightly darker line on 3 diff. test...DH couldn't see them, of course he never has been able to see one lol!! But I knew that the 10 and 11 dpos were bfps!! I thought back and realised that I may have had a "hint" of a line at 9 dpo, but I don't count that!!
ive done 3 HPT now. the first one was a week and a half after i ovulated, the second two days later and i did one yesterday and im 5weeks now. the first two were faint the second was a bit darker but still really faint. the one i did yesterday was darker than the reference line!!!
so hang in there ladies and dont feel silly for testing lots.
try to use First morning pee as its more concentrated...saying that i did the last two of mine during my lunch break cus i just couldnt wait till i got home :)
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