I'm new to all this but am in need of someone to chat with who are in my situation. Last month was so awful for me, I had convinced myself that i was surely pregnant, every little symptom I put down to pregnancy.. Well, that was the biggest mistake ever because I got soooo disheartened when AF came along..
So this month, I'm a little more upbeat, I'm now 7 dpo and am trying to keep busy during the tww. I'm not getting many symptoms at all, but I'm trying not to notice any either, in case of getting my hopes up. I've been keeping an eye on my CM and am still unsure of what it all means. As I said, im new to tcc.
Is 7 DPO too early for any symptoms at all? How long do you think I have left to wait until I can take a test. I'm due AF on April 5th
With a FRER you should be able to get a result 4 days before your missed period. So I wouldn't try testing any earlier than Sunday. I don't have any other advice for you since I'm still WTT but just remember you're not out until AF shows. Wishing you luck and sending your way!
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