Sorry if this is the wrong section to put this thread but i didnt knwo where else id get responses.
Im VERY curious... how many people got a NEGATIVE on a pregnancy test 5 days before their expected period (with an early response test) and then ended up being pregnant? and on what day did you finally get the positive? Im very curious cause its driving me crazy not knowing if im still in this month or i should count myself out. Not getting excited or anything im just totally curious!
(spotted brown thursday which is 4-7 days earlier than ive ever started spotting for my period,,spotting completely stopped yesturday.. took a FRER today and still nothing..so just wanting to hear personal experiences ...having discussions like this makes it alot easier for me to NOT waste all my pregnancy tests lmao keeps me busy without wasting the tests i have.)
it really does all depend on when implantation occurs. i got my bfp 6 days before af @ 9dpo, but lots of ladies i talk to on here have gotten negatives until 11, 12, 13, and 14 dpo. everybody and every pregnancy is different. sorry to be so vague! good luck!
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