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    Default How early did you get your bfp?

    How many dpo were you when you got your bfp?! I'm 7 dpo and trying really hard to hold out until 14dpo!

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    I would wait til 9 or 10 at the earliest xx

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    I got what I thought was a negative on the morning of 12 DPO (after negatives on 10 and 11 DPO), went back an hour later and thought I saw the faintest shadow of a line. I then got a BFP that afternoon. This was with twins as well!

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    The earliest I have gotten a BFP was with dd3, at 7dpo. Very very faint on an IC, did a digi 2 days later and confirmed. Dd4 was around 9 or 10 dpo, again with a digi.

    Having said that, 3 of my previous pregnancies before them i didnt get a positive until i was 6 weeks or over.

    Definitely wait as long as you can.

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    I got my BFP when I was technically 2 weeks, 6 days "pregnant" or 8 days before my period was due. It was very, very faint (FRER) and I then had two days of negatives, another positive then confirmed with blood test 5 days before expected period. I think if you won't be too upset about seeing an early negative, go ahead and test!

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    I got a faint line at 10dpo with fmu

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyMumma View Post
    I would wait til 9 or 10 at the earliest xx
    But it's sooooo hard hahah

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    I used a Digi with DS and got a positive at 7dpo, is that what i posted in the other thread?

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    We weren't actually trying so it didn't occur to me to test when I felt unwell (about 8DPO).
    It was about 2 days after AF was late (when I realised AF was late lol) that I tested and got a really strong BFP in about 3 seconds on an internet cheapie. Did another that afternoon and same thing. Bought good brands and a digi two days later and they confirmed.

    I think I was 16DPO when I realised AF was late and tested.

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    For me... normally around 8dpo for my early tests (always with fmu). Only 1 out of the 9 was a late to show up it was 18 days dpo before i got positive.that was over 20 years ago so test weren't as good as they are now.
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