I need some help here. I had EWCM on the 17th and 18th and we BD-ed on the 14th, 16th, 17th, and 22nd. I started lightly spotting and cramping on the 28th (approx 10 dpo) and assumed AF was on it's way. The spotting has been dark brown and enough that I used a liner. My periods are irregular and I've had spotting before AF before so I thought nothing of it but then yesterday (13dpo) the brown was mixed with a small blob of CM (sorry for the TMI but that has never happened before) and now the bleeding has stopped. I took a $ store test this morning at 14dpo and got a BFN. I'm cramping lightly right now and feel like AF might be coming, but these cramps are not as strong as my usual AF cramps.
Are the $ store tests accurate at 14dpo? Should I go out and get a FRER? Could I be pregnant or is my body playing an April Fools Joke on me?
Sigh, I would try and hold off till tomorrow at the earliest. Seeing BFNs can be so upsetting.
There is def. still hope until AF gets here. The dollar store tests from other women's testimonies are able to detect pregnancy at 14dpo, but that doesn't mean it would detect yours as women's levels are different.
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