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    Default 7 days since ovulation. Pregnancy test positive.

    If some one were about 7 to 9 ish days since they ovulated is it possible to get two very faint positive tests? And would waiting one day make the hcg much stronger at this point, or better to wait longer?

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    I thought it took 2 weeks from ovulation to get a positive pregnancy test ?

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    Yes, it's very possible Implantation happens normally between 6-11 days post ovulation and baby will begin to produce hcg very quickly. Normally the level doubles quiet quickly in early pregnancy so you could try again tomorrow if you wanted or you could wait a day or 2.

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    I got a very faint positive at 10dpo. Hcg doubles every 2 days I think so it's best to wait. The egg might only implant at 7dpo so it's probably too early.

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    Thanks. I just feel like I'm going crazy. Look at them and go, my gosh they're definitely there, very faint but there. Then walk away and think Na just imagining it. Then go back and check them, and it all starts again. I did one this morning... Lol. It's the same as yesterday's. Seems way too early to be able to tell.

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    I got a faint postive at about 6-7 dpo. Within 2 days the test line was darker than the control and got a positive on a digital (1-2 weeks)

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    I got a faint positive at 9dpo with dd. I was in disbelief about seeing it so early but it was there and she is here

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    Are all tests pretty much the same? I used the first response test dip strip type ones. Iv never gotten that line with them before tho. It wasn't evaporated line... I'm pretty sure, cause it was still wet. Think they'd be as sensitive as any other, just a bit cheaper. Thanks for u guys help.

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