Positive yesterday, negative today... What gives????

Discussion in 'Long Term Trying To Conceive' started by angeleyesf29, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. angeleyesf29

    angeleyesf29 Well-Known Member

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    Hello Ladies,
    It has been a while since I have been here, hope all is doing well and everyone recieves that BFP they are waiting for. For me, I am jus so confused and frustrated. I tested yesterday evening with a FRER and I had a faint positive line. Hubby and I thought for sure we were pregnant! Well I tested again this morning with same kinda test and BFN!! Not sure what to think. We have been trying for 4 years now, with 1 miscarriage a year ago. I am on 10dpo today. I did go and have a blood test today, and waiting ever so patiently for the results, but do u think I have a chance yet?? Please HELP!!
     
  2. calliebaby

    calliebaby Well-Known Member

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    Some women have a higher hcg concentration in the evening.
    Also, 10dpo is still early. You definitely have a chance. Good luck!
     
  3. Skoer1360

    Skoer1360 Pregnant- 3rd x's a charm

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    I really don't wanna be the bad news bear, but if it still says negative and you end up getting a period it was probably a chemical pregnancy (where the egg was fertilized but the embryo didn't implant or implant properly).

    FX'd that it isn't though and that you get a roaring second line! :) :hugs:
     
  4. phoenixrose

    phoenixrose LTTTC #1

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    10 dpo is kinda early. did you have a trigger shot or a second hcg shot? cause I heard those can show a positive preg test 8 days later. I would say retest closer to your supposed period start date. good luck.
     

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