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    Default Very very faint bfp

    Hey there everyone!

    Got a vv faint bfp the past two days. It hasnt got any darker over the past two days so not getting my hope's up!

    How long should I wait until i go into the doc for a blood test? A week from now?

    I got my progesterone levels back and they were 44 and Im guessing I'm 10DPO.

    Thank you xx

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    Congrats!

    I'd probably wait a week. Same thing happened to me. Took a good 4-5 days to get noticeably darker (didn't stop me POAS more than once a day to check hahaha!)

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    With this Bub I had a super faint bfp then a bfn for two days before it got darker.

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    Thank you! I dont want to get excited just yet because its so early. Xx

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    I would just wait until AF is due then go for bloods


 

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