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    Default Just a quick question?

    How many days passed DTD should you POAS if you do not have a period ATM so can't go by DPO.

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    Default Just a quick question?

    Maybe just test once a week?
    It's prob very difficult to say as egg only lasts 6-12 hrs but sperm can survive up to 4/5 days so if you dtd then ovulated 4 days later you could still get utd but prob wouldn't show up on a hpt til about 10/12 dpo so that would be 2 weeks after dtd but if you happen to dtd right on o day then it might show up 10 days later. I guess then test between 10 and 14 days after dtd?


 

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