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    Default Day 9PO - too early to test with a First Response???

    Just wondering if any of you pregnant mummies out there got a BFP as early as Day 9PO, using a First Response Pregnancy Test??? I'm so tempted to buy one and test as I have sore breasts and bleeding gums, but not sure if it's too early. Thanks ladies!

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    Default Day 9PO - too early to test with a First Response???

    I got my BFP at 9DPO. 16+2 now. Good luck. : D

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    Hilarious..... Im 7 dpo and even tho I KNOW its too early, ive tested any way I did get VERY faint positives at 8 and 9 dpo with my other two kids..... good luck! do one tomorrow morning! Ill be back to check
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    Default Day 9PO - too early to test with a First Response???

    I got positives around then with my second baby

    Exciting!!

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    Well I caved and my reward for that was a BFN!!! So looks like no good news for us this month Thanks for your replies, ladies.

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    Default Day 9PO - too early to test with a First Response???

    Don't count yourself out yet!!!

    You have plenty of days left to
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    Default Day 9PO - too early to test with a First Response???

    Ur in til AF arrives!!!!

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    did you test this morning???

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    Default Day 9PO - too early to test with a First Response???

    I didn't test this morning - think it's a waste of a test, really. I've had light bleeding since Day 21 - only when I go to the toilet and wipe and I was hoping it might be implantation bleeding (never had it before), but I just don't know. If it's not, it means I've only had a 21 day cycle. Never had that before.

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    I didn't get a BFP on FRER until 11dpo. Is AF usually light? If not I'd still be optimistic!


 

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