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    Default Late Ovulation????

    I am just 36 and have been TTC for three months. This month was my first time using OPKs. I apparently ovulated on day 16/17 of my cycle.
    10 days after OD I experienced some brown discharge like liquid ( I usually have brown spotting leading up to my AF). Since then nothing.
    it is day 28 of my cycle and nothing (periods are somewhat irregular 27,28,29 etc).
    2 early detection tests came back BFN. Last one was yesterday morning. Could it be too early to test? I think my Luteal Phase is 13 days. Am i deluded in thinking the brown discharge was implantation bleeding and that the BFN;s are because it is too early?

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    If you o'd late then that may explain why af isn't here yet. If you o'd on cd 17 then you are only 11 dpo which could be too early for a bfp. It's possible to get a bfp that early but hpts aren't really accurate until 14dpo.

    Brown spotting can be from a lot of things. Implantation is one of them. Good luck!

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    Exactly what adorned said. Good luck!

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    Would the First Response tests pick up low level HCG or is this only after implantation?

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    Frer are generally the most sensitive and I even found the cheap fr dips quite sensitive. But they can only pick up hcg after implantation. Implantation starts usually around 5-10dpo and it can take a few days for your hcg to rise.

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    Ok thanks when would be an ideal time to test?


 

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