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    Default Help! Chemical pregnancy?

    So I got a faint bfp on an ic on Sunday (9dpo) then later that day as well as yesterday and this morning got stark bfns - one yest was on a frer. I'm not worried that I'm potentially out for this month but am just mega confused! I would've thought that if it was a chem it would've been closer to af being due? Af isn't due until Thursday.
    Can anyone shed any light! I know I'm "not out until af shows" but I feel like I'm out at only 11dpo

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    Anyone?

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    It does sound like a chemical. If it's IVF when are your bloods being done?

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    thanks for your response. No IVF though

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    Ok - only good thing about IVF is you get your bloods done so have some
    Idea of what is happening!

    Finger crossed for you going forward.

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    My memory is a bit sketchy but when I was ttc my first I got a squinter bfp followed by negatives the next day and then got my period (I think) about a week later. It was very confusing at the time and made me pretty sad. It was silly but after ttc for almost a year i had my hopes up so high so then the crash of the bfn's was pretty intense. In my case I ended up getting a clear bfp the next month and that was my DS. I will never really know if it was a chemical or a faulty test or maybe it was just an evap line. It feels like a lifetime ago that it happened but I still remember the horrible feeling of confusion. I never told anyone about it partly because I felt stupid for thinking I was pregnant but getting it wrong. Anyway....
    That's just my experience and I hope it helps a little. I also hope that similar to me, your strong clear bfp is right around the corner. Xxx

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