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FRER vs cheapie 11dpo

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MacNcheese87 Fri 23-Sep-16 07:09:47

Argh. Please tell me the obvious. This is a BFP right? I am 11dpo ish (if going by second CB peak smiley) and I've done test after test after test and only had BFNs.

Is this it? Does it matter how light it is? Am I setting myself up for heartache testing so early?

Also posting the cheapie pic to show anyone who is wondering whether they're as sensitive as they claim. This is supposedly 10mui but I doubt it, even so, there is a tiny shadow of a line.

Purplefairy21 Fri 23-Sep-16 07:14:03

Its a bfp! I've done frer, superdrug version of frer and even a tesco one that isnt an early response one and got a bfp on it last night. Im not due af til Sunday yet not even a squinter on the ics. From experience you never really get bold pink lines on frer there always a bit lighter. Im in the same boat as wondering if I'm setting myself up for heartache as I've had 5 mcs sad

Purplefairy21 Fri 23-Sep-16 07:24:20

This is this mornings one if it helps give you any reassurance smile

MacNcheese87 Fri 23-Sep-16 07:25:41

Oh good luck to you! I hope this is your rainbow baby. I'm due AF tomorrow, no real symptoms yet though. Have you had any?

Frazzled2207 Fri 23-Sep-16 07:31:10

Well done both they look like positives to me. First I knew of my 3yo was a very very faint line at 9dpo.
I didn't really have any particular symptoms that early.

Purplefairy21 Fri 23-Sep-16 10:58:09

Other than having niggly sensations in pelvic area and having a really really vivid dream that I had a bfp nothing that really screams pregnancy symptoms. I've been really emotional the last couple of days but that could also be cos I was sore and tired which is normal for me. Trying to stay positive I'll probably be hugging the toilet with morning sickness in the next couple of weeks for a while grin

haveacupoftea Fri 23-Sep-16 11:39:44

Thats a really good bfp! Those cheapy tests are always a bit lighter.

MoonlightMojitos Fri 23-Sep-16 12:49:32

Congrats! And thanks for the post! I've stocked up on cheapies to test this month but goes to show there's probably no point testing early on them and save the disappointment.

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