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#1 of 13 Old 12-02-2009, 02:16 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi everyone, today is 10dpo and the test line is getting darker everyday. I first tested on 8do and got a BFP on a clearblue easy digital and 4 faint lines on the internet test strips. I have three little girls already and never did I get a positive that early. I was wondering if testing positive early was a indicator of a mulitiple pregnancy? My next period isn't suppose to start until December 12th. I really would enjoy twins, but I am happy either way. Thanks to anyone who could help
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From what I understand, how early you get a BFP and how dark the line is most likely have nothing to do with whether you are having multiples. I got a very faint BFP at 14 or 15 DPO, and it was multiples. Somebody else might have more info about it, but I am pretty sure that is the case. The only way to diagnose twins for certain before birth is through ultrasound. Congratulations on your pregnancy!
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I got a BFP on a digital test and a FRER at 9 dpo and I'm pregnant with one healthy baby!

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I tested negative on a blood test at 9 DPO and faintly positive on a Dollar Tree test at 11 DPO. There are two in there.

Congratulations on your pregnancy! I hope you have a happy and healthy nine months, whether you have one, two or more.

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Test pos with two of my singles at 8 dpo. Didn't test pos with the twins til 12 dpo.
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My last two babies I got positives super early (I don't chart but was only 3w2d from LMP) and am only having one baby each time
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I was negative at 10 and 11 DPO with Dollar Tree tests, then had a faint positive at 12 DPO on a Dollar Tree, followed by a positive digital to confirm. I'm pretty sure it has nothing to do with anything.

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Nope, not unless there is U/S confirmation. My latest singleton was a BFP on 8dpo, my first DS and my twins were BPF on 18-19 dpo (negatives at 12dpo). Happy healthy 9 months!

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I didn't test that early with either pregnancy, but my beta hCG was higher with my singleton than my twins. I think some just implant earlier than others.

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Thank you ladies. I now realize how stupid I was for thinking that. I read up on it alot last night and me testing positive early don't mean squat! lol. Thanks for all your help!
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I got a BFP with pg #3 at 8dpo. I had just had a m/c so had my labs drawn and had very high betas, but just one babe.

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BFP with a singleton at 7 DPO (yes, for sure 7 DPO!).

Didn't get a BFP until 12 DPO w/ my twins though.
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I have tested the same with all my pregnancies. 3 days before expected period 4 times with singletons and 1 time with twins.

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