I'd probably go from your possible ovulation date (and assume that was around 12th March going by some of your stats)...so you'd be 23dpo today and that would give you a due date of 3rd December x
That seems a bit too many dpo doesnt it though??
Maybe, but when else do you think you might have ovulated? I'm not sure how else you're going to get a more accurate date until you have your 12 week scan. It took a while for my lines to get a lot darker on those tests, and you might have had a fainter line a few days ago but as you had a bfn on Monday I'd stick with that for now ..if anything it'll mean you get jumped ahead a bit at your scan which is always nice x
Well if I went off that ov date I would be 5+1 today and its darker than the line I had at 19dpo with my last pg so im happy with that I have a blood test monday anyway so should come back I hope then I might ask them to check numbers also I was told due to previous problems I will get a early reasurrance scan Just hope bubba is in the right place xxx
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