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Waiting is driving me crazy

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user1472039753 Thu 01-Sep-16 08:13:55

Morning all! So i ov on the 27th - i know its not long since but i can't STAND the waiting! What's the earliest i can test?? Got some lower tummy pains/cramping and sore nips but not sure if that is just my imagination or what! I don't do waiting well at the best of times, but in my job i need to know asap as there is sooooo much i am unable to do if i am pregnant (work in a prison!)
Anyone else waiting to test? My period not due until the 13th... it's going to be a LONG 12 days
Jen xx

Writerwannabe83 Thu 01-Sep-16 08:19:29

I think the earliest I have seen a BFP on this forum is 9/10 dpo so maybe test in 5 days??

MugsLife Thu 01-Sep-16 08:35:02

I am also waiting at the moment, until 9th when I will test. I'm not too impatient though this time. I think I am though.

I usually get sore and tender boobs from 10 days before my period, and when I was pregnant last time this didn't happen until after my period was due. So it's a big clue to me that once again my boobs feel fine with 8 days to go!

I also had some cramping, which was very unusual for me, the day after ovulation.

Jess130 Fri 02-Sep-16 00:12:45

Im now 6 days late on my period... And still haven't tested...going to test on Monday morning. So a few more days... The wait is killing me too.
We dtd the day before i was due to ovulate and this last week i have had cramps, headaches, lower back aches and general tiredness.. Aswell as not feeling hungry.. Or enjoying food. I have strong feeling I'm pregnant too tho it doesnt feel like it did with others!( this will be my third!) x

Snowflakes1122 Fri 02-Sep-16 11:18:26

My period isn't due until the 14th. Like you, I'm finding the wait hard!

You can try from around 7dpo. I have had bfps at 7dpo, 8dpo and 9dpo (with my loss)

This time I plan on waiting until my periods due. This is our first cycle since miscarriage last month at 13 weeks. Nervous.

jess I admire your discipline waiting to test like that!

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