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    Default What's the earliest you can test ?

    What is the absolute earliest you can test? I had sore nipples and the breasts were very firm, even hubby mentioned, for two days on day 18-19. I have a 28 day cycle. Is it possible that it was late ovulation or could it be implantation? But I reckon it's too early for implantation to happen.

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    I got an extremely faint positive at 7dpo.

    When is AF due?
    Good luck.

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    AF is due in 7-8 days. That's what makes me think it's too early. And a little disappointed the soreness has disappeared because it gave me hope. When I had the soreness I also got very sore lower back pain especially at work, I'm a beauty therapist and it was a nightmare doing eyebrow waxes. Last month I had no hints of being pregnant so I had no urge to test but this time there's hints and I want to know now. Lol

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    Aww I'd test in a couple of days. I'll keep my fingers crosses for you.

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    Thanks. Today I've noticed my boobs are getting in my way and sit nice and perky lol. I've had cramping here and there as well. Fingers cross

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    i initially tested a 9dpo and i have a 29 day cycle 99% of the time. I put my first response test down thinking it was negative came back 10mins later and there was a faint 2nd line. Did 2 more over the next couple of days and the line became more prominent. Went to dr a week later and got a negative test im going to hospital to be induced on monday lol

    I had similar signs to you and then about 2 days before my period was due i got horrible morning noon and night sickness. My boobs were so swollen and sore for the first few weeks i had to go straight out and buy maternity bras which wer a godsend. Cost a fortune and unfortunately they are so uncomfortable now!!

    I will cross my fingers for you and hubby - all the symptom guessing can do your head in lol

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    Symptom guessing drives u insane. And sort of pain or rumble u take note of or if it's just imaginary. I don't think it's imaginary because hubby has noticed. I may of ovulated earlier than what I been thinking hence the symptoms. I'm goin to try and hold out on testing as long as I can.

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    Congrats on your bundle of joy

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    Ok ladies I need some advice. The boobs are continually firm and get in the way. I'm knackered most of the time and whenever I bend over there's slight lower back pain and a cramp. I'm trying so hard not to test because it maybe too early. I'm day 22 in my 28 cycle. I'm not sure when I ovulated to know my dpo. What would u do?

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    I would do a test if I were you. With my first daughter I knew nothing about cycle days or ovulation. I fell pregnant the week after my period finished but I only tested 2 days before I thought my period was due.
    2nd daughter she was conceived 2 weeks after I had a m/c and I started testing the week before I thought my period was due and watched the lines get darker.
    I am now pregnant with number 3 and I tested really early with her and kept getting odd results but my gut just knew I was pregnant.
    I was tired, slight sore boobs, blue veins showing in boobs, very high cervix and I had a headache that would not go, Had heaps of sharp pulling pains in my left, mild cramps on and off.

    I will keep my fingers crossed for you :-) Can't wait to see a pic ... I love to play with the faint tests so feel free to post them on here and I will have a good play and see what I can find


 

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