So I'm 8 dpo and trust me, a late 12 dpo bfp is better than no bfp at all. But I'm frustrated because I feel the same exact way that I felt last time i was pregnant. Sadly I miscarried that one but even then I didn't get a bfp until 12 dpo.
How do ladies that get a bfp that early do it? Ihave been testing like a crazy person since 6 dpo and the mistily got is nothing. Please give me some tips that maybe I missed.
Symptoms are metallic taste in mouth, headaches, heartburn, stabbing and poking in left side of uterus, excessive bms (not diarrhea), frequent urination, gas, back painans af type cramps and soreness, and today fatigue, lost all energy after fixing breakfast and now I'm irritable.
To be fair, I wish I'd waited now. Instead I tested yesterday morning. I should be elated but I then went on to read some dodgy reviews about the test I'd used. Those predictor early test jobbies. Can't get my hands on another different test till later tonight, but I'm absolutely terrified I got a false positive or something now and that AF will arrive soon. OH is so damn elated and I'm scared of letting him down.
I am in the same boat! word for word. I want to see that BFP so i dont feel so crazy the way i been acting and feeling this month. I just want to see it. and My husband is, it will happen when it happens. Ugh soooo not what i want to hear. I just want this all to make sense and see it already. Hard to wait these two weeks... hows my 9 months gonna go HAHA
I was 18 DPO when i finally got a BFP on the first pregnancy, then 12DPO on second and now 10DPO on third. TBH, i think id rather not know now as im barely 4 weeks gone and now i know ive got AGES to wait till scan and every 5 mins i think AF is going to arrive! All the best with upcoming BFP! Id test between 12-14DPO in a perfect world
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