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How many dpo can one get a bfp realistically

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endofacentury Thu 12-Jan-17 14:31:56

I'm either 8 or 9 dpo and am having similar feelings as I've had in other pregnancies, sore breasts, waves of nausea, tiredness etc. Tested with frer and ic today, both bfn. Realistically when would I be likely to see a positive with either of those if I was pregnant?

Charley2016 Thu 12-Jan-17 14:39:56

I'm 13dpo today, 2days late, feeling funny and no sign of AF but a very negative FRER this morning sad

endofacentury Thu 12-Jan-17 14:42:23

Ahh fingers crossed for you charley, just want to know either way! Waiting is awful isn't it

Charley2016 Thu 12-Jan-17 14:47:19

Yeh it's awful! Although if you've been pregnant before and know your signs then that's a good sign! I'd give it another few days and then try a FRER. When's your period due?

ricepolo Thu 12-Jan-17 14:48:13

8dpo is the absolutely earliest, realistically, since the egg has to he fertilised, travel to the uterus, implant and start producing hcg. I believe it then takes at least 48hrs for there so be enough hcg to show up on a test.

But please try not to test until you've missed a period. You'll stress yourself out either way: if it's positive you'll worry about whether it'll stick (many unfortunately don't), and if it's negative you'll drive yourself mad peeing on sticks. If you can possibly wait, do. Getting a nice, strong line with good odds is a happy place to be in.

endofacentury Thu 12-Jan-17 15:27:44

Period due 17th/18th, so will try and hold off for a couple more days!

delilahbucket Thu 12-Jan-17 16:06:36

Of your HCG is high enough to cause symptoms then it is high enough to get a positive test. If you've no positive you are just experiencing symptoms of progesterone. Your"symptoms" are what I get every tww.

AGBforever Thu 12-Jan-17 22:11:28

I got a BFN on the first day of my missed period and only got the BFP 5 days only 'symptom' at that point was not fancying a glass of wine!

AngharadTheSplendid Fri 13-Jan-17 00:13:13

I got both my 'bfp's' at 8dpo, but there was nothing B or F about either of them at that stage, it was the faintest, most vanishingly light line (I used ICs). I could still tell though! By 10dpo it was an obvious line.

Writerwannabe83 Fri 13-Jan-17 08:51:48

I got faint lines at 11dpo and all tests prior to that had been completely negative. I then tested 48 hours later at 13dpo and got very strong lines.

Metalhead Fri 13-Jan-17 12:53:24

Lots of people on here get faint positives at 10dpo, not many before that from what I've seen.

willitbe Fri 13-Jan-17 13:01:29

A very wise woman once wrote - "Remember ladies that the percentages of those who get their BFPs on set dpo are as follows:
10dpo=35%/11dpo=51%/12dpo=62%/13dpo=68%/14dpo=74%/15dpo=80%/16dpo=88%/17dpo=92% and there are some who have not got their BFP until 21dpo!!"

(taken from the clearbluefairy's thread

NeverAShadowOfDoubt Fri 13-Jan-17 19:03:33

I got my BFP at 9dpo but it was twins! 10 days old now smile

Sarsarj Fri 13-Jan-17 19:22:21

I done test but not sure if its me see thingd the test stick coloured does this look postive

willitbe Sat 14-Jan-17 20:09:49

Sararj - Sorry the test picture suggests the test is flooded (eg dipped for too long), so not clear. You need to repeat, preferably using a different type of test. Hope it is positive for you.

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