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    Default is testing 7-8dpo just too early?

    got a bfn this morning.. but hoping its too early?

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    Default is testing 7-8dpo just too early?

    From what I've read implantation doesn't occur until around 7dpo and hcg isn't released until its imbedded into the wall so I'm saying yes I'm sure others may have been lucky earlier but science says not likely yet. Good luck and fingers crossed

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    Default Re: is testing 7-8dpo just too early?

    hope your right!

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    Hi there,

    I think it would be too early if you know for sure what day you ovulated on or you are going off when you should have ovulated according to the norm.

    With my son I got bfp at night at 6dpo. But that was 6dpo going off when I should have ovulated after my cycle. I am convinced now I ovulate earlier in my cycle which would have made me for like 13-15dpo.

    So I think if you know you ovulated 7-8 days ago it is probably too early for it to be a bfp so there is still a chance yet!

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    Default Re: is testing 7-8dpo just too early?

    Certainly to early.

    Takes approx 4-5 days to even travel out of the tube and into the uterus. Another 2-4 days to imbed. Then another 1-2 days to get a hcg level higher than 25 for a hpt to pick it up.

    Most early faint positives happen at about 10-12 dpo.

    I had a bfn at 10 dpo and a bfp at 11dpo give it a few more days.

    It's humanly impossible to pick up this early!!!

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    Yep, probably too early. I got a BFN on a FRER at 11DPO. Got my BFP three days later, very unexpected after the earlier BFN!

    Good luck!

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    I agree with MrsR2012. I think people who claim to get BFP's at 6-8dpo probably ovulated earlier than they thought.

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    I know exactly when I ovulated (blood tests and monitored) and I got a very very faint BFP on an IC at exactly 9dpo. Thought it was an evap so threw the test out. 3 days later I did another test and sure enough, a definite BFP. Best of luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumsical View Post
    I agree with MrsR2012. I think people who claim to get BFP's at 6-8dpo probably ovulated earlier than they thought.
    I agree. Anything under 8 DPO I usually think they must have ovulated earlier than they thought. Implantation happens 6-12 DPO and it takes 2 days to get a pos. So 8 DPO is the very earliest.


 

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