Well, I took an at home UTI test (if you read my prior posts you know I've been suspecting pregnancy and that I get UTI's in every pregnancy I've ever had, five of which began with my finding I had a UTI before I even got a positive preg test result) and so.. the home test says I do indeed have a UTI.
But hpt's all still say neg.
Unsure when my period is due since it was early last month but I've been counting no longer than 28 days away since it's never been longer than that really. Period was June 3 so next would be July 1 at latest.
I tried the FRER 6 day early test this morning and it was neg too. Tried a cheap one from the market. Also neg. Beginning to really wonder here. I thought that pretty much as soon as you were having symptoms (thus, implantation had occurred) you could test. If I'm preg, I think I've def implanted by now as the UTI symptoms (unfortunately only a symptom for me, not pregnant women in general) for two days now and the past three days my nipples went from more sensitive to now kind of sore. Gassy for about a week now. Anyone use the new 6 day FRER's? I know it says only 68% get their + 6 days before. Guess I'll keep testing!
Well I might have O'd twice this month. Once on the 11th, then on the 15th; I'm really not sure. I'm going to ask my doc about it when I schedule my appointment. Anyway, I went to the doc thinking I had a bladder infection, which I didn't. I was going with the 15th because my BBT rose on the 16th. If that is actually the day I O'd at 6dpo-negative, 8dpo (labwork) - negative, 10dpo - ! So I'd say 6 days after implantation is when I got a positive. If I O'd on the 11th, then add 4 days to all those numbers. I'm getting nervous that I O'd twice. On both days I had a high & open cervix, EWCM, & pain in my right ovary. Normally my boobs don't get sore until after I O. They got sore on the 13th, right in between the two times I think I O'd.
So.... test at 10dpo, & if it's not a , test again at 14dpo.
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