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10dpo.


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Just got mine a few hours ago,  biggrinbounce.gif  at 17 dpo, after getting BFNs on 14 and 15 dpo (didn't test at 16).  It's still sinking in at this point.


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15 DPO in the evening with like 20 minute urine. I didn't test before that, but I was pretty sure since like 12 DPO.


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I got mine at 15 dpo with evening urine too.16 Mine was insane dark though.16 I thought I had a faint positive until I realized the wrong line was faint.16 The test line had yanked almost all the dye from the rest of the test!16 I was amazed.


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Extremely faint positive at 9 DPO.


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14 dpo with evening urine, and a darker line this morning 15 dpo

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BFN at 9dpo and BFP at 7:30pm 12dpo smile.gif


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Nice, clear line for me at 12DPO (expected AF day) with midday urine. 


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12DPO w/ first morning urine


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neg at 10 dpo fmu, BFP at 10 dpo evening test. 


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evap on 10dpo, faint BFP on 11 dpo.  12 dpo was no longer a squinter.


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14 days post ovulation, 4 days post implantation spotting. Exactly the same for all 3 of my pregnancies.

 


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11 dpo, then darker at 13dpo, AF usually comes on day 14.


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Are any of you still testing weeks later? I POAS last week, and probably will again today. I love seeing that line jump out, and it helps me encourage patience for my first appointment (at 12 weeks).


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Just curious, why are folks testing after getting the first positive? I think I understand wanting a second if the line seems really faint, and I understand if you are worried about a miscarriage. Is there another reason?


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7DPO but not dark enough for me to believe it until 9DPO (we weren't trying but I knew something was up).

 

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Just curious, why are folks testing after getting the first positive? I think I understand wanting a second if the line seems really faint, and I understand if you are worried about a miscarriage. Is there another reason?



Personally, I'm a little bit of a science nerd and it's fun to watch the tests turn positive! There's only so many times in my life I'll get that thrill (or terror! lol) of watching a pregnancy test turn positive so I figure I might as well get the most out of it each time. And sometimes we have extra tests conveniently lying around that we just can't let go to waste!

 

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I know what you mean. I think all 3 times I have always gotten a positive on the first test in a new pack of 3 tests. In fact, I used the 2 left over from DS's pregnancy to start testing this time around. Of course those would both be negative requiring that purchase of more. lol.gif


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Thanks All.  I am trying to think through my cycle.  With my past kids I was a charter, regular periods, knew when I o-ed and everything.  This time I was having an awful time on BCPs, bleeding off and on all month for a few months.  So I have no idea where I was at in my cycle, in detail, but I believe my last "real" period started July 20th.  With my last baby I got a BFP on day 18dpo and I was testing daily.  The one before was 15dpo.  This time I am 100% sure that August 6th date night was the conception.  I remember having egg white CF 2 days later.  Which would make O date around the 8th.  I only wonder because I got a firm BFP on day 8dpo (if it was the 8th) and my hcg are quite high.  Having twin freak out.

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I had 3 miscarriages before my daughter. I took something like 20 tests with her (obsessive much?) and only 6 this time.


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I got a light, but clearly there BFP with a mid-morning urine at 14 DPO. I felt the first bit of nausea that same time and couldn't wait until the next day to test, which had been my plan. I took another test at 18 DPO that was immediately and brightly positive. Now the nausea and fatigue keeps me convinced.


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Just curious, why are folks testing after getting the first positive? I think I understand wanting a second if the line seems really faint, and I understand if you are worried about a miscarriage. Is there another reason?


I had 20 pg tests at about 50 cents each, so I see no real harm in it. It was fun to see the lines darken, and nice especially to know they weren't getting LIGHTER. All my little strips are still sitting on the soap dish, waiting to be thrown out. I think I'll probably toss them once I get to hear a heartbeat. Or maybe I'll tape them into a baby book? Seems silly but I love those tests!


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I was thinking something was up and got a faint pos at 9 dpo.... then tested twice more at 13 dpo.

 

I agree with the "science" nerd statement and wanting simply to see the test work it's magic! There aren't many times in my life I'll have the chance to stare upon the results of these wonder sticks (let's hope) so I'll capitalize on the fun while I can.


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I got a faint one around 8 dpo.  My BFP came 12 DPO!


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