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    Still early. I think with our pregnancy I had a very faint pos at 5dp5dt. Can't wait to see tomorrow's!!

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    Thanks @mummymaybe! I guess every cycle / embryo is different, so we shall see.

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    Luckily I'm not on any boosters, so no pregnyl to pee out.

    So - we have an absolute squinter today. Similar to what I had 4dp5dt with DS. Could be a late implanter, could be chem. Monday's beta will tell.

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    I see it!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lileitak View Post
    Luckily I'm not on any boosters, so no pregnyl to pee out.

    So - we have an absolute squinter today. Similar to what I had 4dp5dt with DS. Could be a late implanter, could be chem. Monday's beta will tell.


    Attachment 82340

    I can see that squinter too Luv

    You're only 11dpo FFS's!!! Most Girls don't get a decent squinter until 12dpo!!!

    I don't think you should compare when you got your BFP with your DS to when you're getting it now either as I don't think they necessarily always show up at the same time.

    Anyhoo... it's a sticky one for you

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    Anxiously awaiting today's photo @lileitak !!

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    Ah ha ha! Definitely a stronger line today.

    I'm cautiously optimistic, but we all know the BFP is only the first hurdle to overcome.

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    Looking good.

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    Looking stronger today

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    Quote Originally Posted by lileitak View Post
    Ah ha ha! Definitely a stronger line today.

    I'm cautiously optimistic, but we all know the BFP is only the first hurdle to overcome.

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    That's what I expect to see at 12dpo Luv!!

    Looking good!!!

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