Well with my first two i have no idea what day i was on. With my third it was the day of my missed period, so 14dpo about. Sadly that pregnancy ended in a mc though. So this time it was the day before my missed period so about 13dpo.
Hi, with my first i have no idea as i had just gone off the pill and had not started tracking anything yet. With my second i really tried to wait until after my period was due but ended up caving and tested and got my BFP at 11 days.
I got my bfp at 10dpo. I only had a 12 day luteal phase, so in reality even though it was early it was still two days before my missed period. I tested at like 7dpo bc I was anxious and it wass bfn an I knew it would be. I had implantation bleeding 5dpo-9dpo though, but I honestly figured it was just my period starting.
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