Help!!! How long after implantation can I take a pregnancy test?
My last period was April 6-10th.(one week early) & according to iperiod I was ovulating the 18th-22nd which I can usually pinpoint the day, but oddly I couldnt this time...then I had what I believe to be implantation bleeding on the 22nd&23rd. It was very light and pink..I should add that I NEVER have spotting between periods, unless its the day of and it's off to a light start.
This morning at 6am(26th) I took an early responce/first responce test and got a BFN! I was very sleepy and as soon as I saw the dark BFN line I went right back to sleep...
Well just now I decided to take a closer look(7/8hrs later) and I swear I can see an extremely faint line...maybe I'm just seeing what I want to see?
Have any of you had expierience with this? Is it accurate this many hours after?
According to iperiod I wont be getting my period until May 7th :/ but my cycle can run anywhere from 27-37 days(average 31) I hate this waiting game... Wish I had a little more patience, and a normal cycle.I'm sure you all know what I mean :)
Generally you should not read a pregnancy test after about 10 minutes, depending on the test. If you were ovulating up until the 22nd, then it's impossible for implantation to happen the same day or next. It takes between 6-12dpo for implantation to occur. Good luck hun!
Thanks for your input. I may be overthinking this whole thing, or just being hopeful since I never have spotting between periods & have read that if you test positive the results stay for 48hrs on the test...and if neg it dissapears. But I may have been reading about a diff preg test.
Maybe it popped up within the ten minutes, but you didn't wait that long to see. I did this before and it was positive. I was sneaking taking a test because my boyfriend told me not to take anymore just let it happen. Soon as I saw the control line I threw it in my purse. I assumed the test was done when that line popped up. The next day I went to toss it and it was a very faint line. I took another the next day and it was another faint line that popped up within three minutes. Test again.
hi ive never had implantation bleeding before with my other three children and wanted to ask can you just have a dot of blood (brown) or is it more, as i have gone to the toilet and had a brownish red dot on my knickers, i am also having back pain but comes and goes and have been tired for 2 weeks when i only get tired like this when i have the flu or a cold
Ok I had my period on April 18-24 then started ovulating around April 30th-12th. My husband and I having been trying to concieve (conceive) so we had sex on the 30th. 2nd, 5th, 7th, and the 10th. On the afternoon of May 13th I went to the bathroom when I wiped it was bright red, later that afternoon went to the bathroom again when I went to wipe it was a brownish color. The next day there was nothing just a little clear discharge and light cramping. My period is suppose to be here on the 18th is there a possbility I could be pregnant?
This happened to me. I took a test and it instantly came up negative so I threw it out next morning I saw a faint line trying to hide it from boyfriend. Took another one same thing but took halfa for the faint line to form. Went to doctors did a urine test and they told me neg. had blood taken to make sure. Next day comeback and she wanted me to do another unite test. He said negative and I said wait. An it did indeed come up with a faint line And the blood test came back positive. I had a miscarriage at 7 weeks tho. (4 weeks after finding out)
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