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    Default BFP 8 days before AF due.

    I'm kind of in shock at having a positive so early.
    It's never happened. I think my cycle is all over the place though.
    Has anyone had a BFP so early and gone on to have successful pregnancies?

    Some of you might know that I had a miscarriage and D&C at the end of February. We gave it a month or so before trying again but I honestly was prepared to be going back to my doctor as I really thought I wasn't ovulating.
    I have had no signs the last two months.
    Anyway, I've been testing every day since Tuesday to watch the line get darker. I thought today's line was a little lighter than yesterdays (as it was coming up) so I'm wondering what you all might think?
    It might just be down to urine concentration or something but how close to the control line (in darkness) should it be?
    I'm jumping the gun a bit but I would have expected a darker line if everything was progressing well.
    Not due AF until next Tuesday (at the very earliest) so should I expect that line to get darker?
    I know if it gets lighter it's not going too well at all.

    Any thoughts?
    I'm not stressing or anxious, I'm very relaxed but needless to say this means a lot to me.

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    Congratulations. Yes I did. My dd will be 1 next week. I have a long wait to get my period after I ovulate. I tested positive 8 days before I was due. I was also seeing a naturopath to regulate my period at the time and she had me taking my temp and doing ovulation tests. The lines on the ovulation tests stayed dark so we knew something was up

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    Ohh.
    I usually ovulate on CD 19-21 on a 34 day cycle.
    Last month AF arrived on CD30?
    I was really down about that, we were trying.
    This positive means I ovulated on CD 13 or so.
    Totally different for me.
    It's no wonder we missed the boat last month.
    Fingers crossed this little one stays this time


 

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