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    Well, firstly I wouldn't recommend any tests other than FRERs. I got a faint pos on 9dpo, but it was more convincing the next day.
    I think when people say you need to wait until 14dpo they're talking about inferior tests. FRERs are pretty sensitive.

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    I got my bfp at 9dpo with frer too...dd is nearly 2.

    Currently ttc #2 and only about 3 dpo so a few more days for me to wait yet!

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    There are stats on the countdowntopregnancy website which might help you decide when you think it's worth it.

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    Thanks, I might check out the website. Yeah frer is what I have... Too impatient for the others (would hate to think how much money I have spent on them over all my time ttc!!)

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    I got my BFP on 9dpo with this pregnancy. I tested in the morning with FMU and it was negative. Then tested that evening and it was a verrrry feint positive. The next day at 10dpo it was a feint positive. I would say 10dpo would be the best so theres a definite line there rather than wondering if it's just an evap line. Good luck

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    I got my bfp in the afternoon at 10dpo a few weeks ago

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    I got a very clear bfp @ lunchtime 9dpo.
    Currently 25 weeks pregnant!!!

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    GOOD LUCK

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    I was 9dpo when I got my bfp

    Edit: there was nothing in the morning and a very strong positive in the afternoon

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    Did you test today OP?

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    Yes, and was negative....Poo. Now just trying to remain positive and will either re-test tomorrow or Saturday.


 

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