clearblue digi how far along were you when you moved up a stage

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  1. missmayhem

    missmayhem Mummy to 2 little cuties

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    just being nosey as to how far along everyone was when they moved up a stoge on the conception indicator
     
  2. missy55

    missy55 Mummy to 2 gorgeous girls

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    I took my first approx 12dpo and got 1-2, 7 days later i got 2-3 and then 6 days after that I got 3+

    I actually woohoo'd out loud when I got the 3+ as I've been really paranoid about this pregnancy and that was such great news, I was so happy!!xxx
     
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    EllieNation Mother of 2

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    I got 1-2 at 10DPO, and then 7 days later I got 3+ .....????????

    Not quite sure what happened there ....!!
     
  4. Loobyloo30

    Loobyloo30 Mummy to one

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    I got a 1-2 at 9dpo, 2-3 3 14dpo and then 3+ at 4w3d :) xx
     
  5. mummy2anangel

    mummy2anangel Well-Known Member

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    i didnt get a 1-2, i went straight to 2-3 5days before my period was due and then tested a week later and got 3+ :happydance: i did wonder why i was getting 2-3 and 3+ early on but hey ho theres 2 babas in there xx
     
  6. missmayhem

    missmayhem Mummy to 2 little cuties

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    thank you all got my 2-3 this monring
     
  7. Blah11

    Blah11 ☼ Mummy to Amelie ☼

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    10dpo for 1-2
    14 or 14dpo for 2-3

    didnt get 3+ til 5+2.
     
  8. mummy2girls

    mummy2girls Well-Known Member

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    At 13dpo ( 1 day before my af) i got 2-3 weeks pregnant!!!!!!!

    And 19 dpo (so that was 4 weeks & 5 days) i got 3+ weeks!!!!

    So i never got 1-2 weeks pregnant lol! i wonder why????
     
  9. EllieNation

    EllieNation Mother of 2

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    I never got 2-3 so I guess we're just special :)
     
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    mummy2girls Well-Known Member

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  11. missmayhem

    missmayhem Mummy to 2 little cuties

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    did i read somewere once you get a 2-3 your chance of MC lowers
     
  12. ttcnewbie123

    ttcnewbie123 Well-Known Member

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    Not heard that before but would be interested as to what other ppl say! I got 1-2 at 10DPO and then waited another 11 days (so I was exactly 5 weeks pregnant) and got my 3+. That was the last time I tested!x
     
  13. EllieNation

    EllieNation Mother of 2

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    Oh I'd love for that to be true :)

    Since i got my 3+ that'd be sooooooooooo reassuring
     
  14. Lolabelle

    Lolabelle TTC our rainbow baby

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    I got my 1-2 at 11dpo and my 2-3 at 4+5 next week I'll be testing for my 3+
     
  15. booboomagoo

    booboomagoo Well-Known Member

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    I only tried one at 4 and a bit weeks and it came up with 3+
     
  16. JulianasMommy

    JulianasMommy Two awesome kiddos! :)

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    Are these only in the uk
     

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