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    Hello Ladies,

    Wondering if this thread is still active..

    Hoping I could ask some POAS advice?
    I am 6dp5dt, transferred 1 blastocyst on Monday 23rd February.

    I POAS 3dp5dt, mainly to check the Ovidrel trigger was out of my system, which it was. I had all intentions of trying to hold out till BT, but let's face it I'm an addict. 😐

    I thought I saw a hint of a line last night at 5dp5dt & can definitely see one tonight - 6dp5dt.

    Promising for 6 days past transfer? I just don't want to get my hopes up!!

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    I've had a chemical on a Clomid cycle in December 13, and ectopic on another Clomid cycle in May 14, I've not had second lines this early. I tested 12dpo with my DD - also Clomid and remembering similar - this was 6 years ago so my mind isn't so good remembering exactly.

    Thanks so much in advance!

    x

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    Yep you are on your way.. Fingers crossed the line darkens up. Good luck, let's see tomorrow's poas!!

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    Thanks for your reply @lilypily!

    Top one is yesterday - 5dp5dt and bottom today - 6dp5dt.

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    Fingers are tightly crossed it keeps getting darker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by newmummy85 View Post
    Thanks for your reply @lilypily!

    Top one is yesterday - 5dp5dt and bottom today - 6dp5dt.

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    Fingers are tightly crossed it keeps getting darker!

    x
    Looking good! Show us your POAS tomorrow with FMU

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    New mummy, the tests are looking great!!! I was exactly the same too, I'm a POAS addict lol. Can't wait to see tomorrow's

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    Getting there... Looking good.

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    Hi @lilypily, @ScubaGal & @Rocky27

    I think I may have been a bit premature. Tests haven't changed today.. Looks the same if not a touch lighter than yesterday?

    😔 trying not to lose hope.

    Top test yesterday - 6dp5dt
    Bottom test today - 7dp5dt

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    x

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    Looks darker to me. They don't suddenly go super dark. It'll be a progression. Don't lose hope. If you were sixteen and you'd been sneakily shagging your boyfriend you'd see one line and that'd be it

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    Also are you doing all your tests first pee in the morning after having slept all night?

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    Thanks for the reassurance @ScubaGal! I'm trying not to get disheartened.

    I've been doing them at night after holding for 2-3 hours.
    I found the night to be a bit stronger of a result.

    I'll try again in the AM with FMU.
    Few more cramps today, hoping it's not a bad sign!!

    Thanks so much for the reply hun! I truly appreciate it, got to wonder why we do it to ourselves! Analysing the crazy sticks!!! 😳

    x


 

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