I tested at 9dpo and it was negative, couldn't see anything that would have made me think BFP then at 10dpo, I did a test and thought I could see the faintest of pink lines. I've had so many evaps but this definitely looked a bit pinky so I did another and the same thing. Then I went out and bought a First Response test and again faint line so I knew it was my BFP. I've attached a pic of the first tests I did that showed the first hint of my BFP x
Hey ladies, I know I am more the exception than the rule but I didn't get my BFP until 18dpo with this pregnancy. And even then it was the faintest of faint and it was n the evening. I started testing at 5 dpo and counted myself out at 10 dpo when I still got a BFN but was so confused why I was still getting BFN's even though I was days late?? I just thought my hormones were wacky because I had never heard of anyone getting one so late!! Just thought I would share!! Good luck!!
I tested early and often and with the wondfo strips, which are more sensitive than FRER (at least I get lines on them before I get lines on the FRER) and didn't get a line until 11 dpo one month and 9 dpo another month.
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