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    Dd1- going by LMP dr estimated 10 weeks but was actually 6 weeks

    Angel 1- about 5-6 weeks

    Dd2- about 6 weeks

    Angel 2- 6 dpo

    Dd3- 6 or 7 dpo!!

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    I was one week late for AF so I tested and it was a BFP!

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    3 weeks and 3 weeks 5 days.

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    Dd1- about 6 weeks
    Dd2- 9 weeks
    Ds- 10 weeks
    Dd3- 16 weeks

    I have pcos so going without af for a few months is nothin to me!! It wasn't until I started to get morning sickness that I just knew so did a test

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    4 weeks and 5 days. I had symptoms from 4 weeks (exhaustion, over-emotional, sore boobs and one episode of nausea) but didn't put two and two together until around the time my period was due and thought I would just take a test just for fun and got a bfp!

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    I was 10 weeks actually... I had my implant bleed (whatever it's called it's late so my brain isn't quite so functional lol) but I thought it was just my monthlies coming early... breasts started hurting bad all the time. But I just shrugged it off cause I wanted a child and I put it down to, my brain was making me think I was utd cause I wanted it that bad and - DP and I live with his parents - my partners dad was cooking eggs, I walk inside, smelled it and had to rush back outside hoping they didn't see me, to be sick and I honestly almost passed out, sat there on the cold bricks shaking. but I feel really stupid now for not realizing that I really was with child. I guess I just didn't want to get in my head that I was, and then get a test that was negative, I would have just been so down! Nope now I'm 19 weeks with a beautiful healthy boy <3

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    Whoopsie baby was 6weeks (waited 2 weeks after AF was due to test) and planned baby was 4weeks as I was hanging out to test lol

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    10dpo.

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    I was 4 weeks 3 days. I had actually tested at 3 weeks 2 days with an early test and it was negative. According to the pack it should have picked up that I was pregnant by then (given when I was expecting AF), so I thought I wasn't pregnant, but when AF was 5 days late and I was feeling a bit nauseous every day, I tested again and got a BFP.


 

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