Hi ladies, okay I am ttc baby #3 I'm around 7 dpo and I read frer is 6 days before missed period, I always tested with my pregnancies after missed period and would like to try this hpt. Is 6 days before missed period too soon? Tomorrow I'll be 8 dpo, I read it reads 6 level of hcg. My bbs are sore so I want to test already lol
I had tried testing at 9 dpo I think, and got a negative. I tested a with a very faint positive by 11 dpo and had a very strong positive by 14 dpo, which was the day my period was due.
You can test with a positive using a FRER 6 days before your missed period, like it says, but if you wait it out to at least 4 or less days before it's due, the more clearly you'll be able to see that positive line if it comes up.
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