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    Default How many dpo before testing?

    Hi Hubbers

    Just curious how many dpo you have waited before testing?

    I'm not a symptom spotter. I think, for the most part, every common symptom sounds like my usual PMS symptoms so that's not much help.

    I'm currently 8-9 dpo (probably 9. I didn't see a peak on my OPK - I had a high in the AM, high in the PM and a low the next day...I either O'd between my highs or overnight?). Anyway, would tomorrow be too early to be reliable? FRER says "six days" but I'm not confident that that is the case for everyone!

    Thx in advance

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    This pregnancy I got a faint positive at 9 dpo
    The only symptoms I noticed that weren't normal for me, was a post nasal drip at 7 dpo and crying during a movie that I don't normally find sad

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    Best time is during the week following your first missed period... or 7 to 8 or more dpo... good luck! I just got my third positive!

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    7dpo and 10dpo.

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