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Bfp 8dpo :)) ??

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tinkerbell999 Tue 11-Aug-20 16:53:57

Is this my bfp after really faint ones yesterday on cheapies ?

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GalaxyGirl24 Tue 11-Aug-20 17:01:29

It looks like one! Fingers crossed for you! daffodil

tinkerbell999 Tue 11-Aug-20 17:12:34

GalaxyGirl24

It looks like one! Fingers crossed for you! daffodil


Thankyou I can't get too excited after 6 losses but I've not had one as clear as this at 8dpo x

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Melabells Tue 11-Aug-20 18:43:52

Looks positive to me, congratulations sending you sticky vibes 🤞🤞🤞

Lollol86 Tue 11-Aug-20 18:48:12

It definitely looks like a positive, I hope it gets darker for you 🤞🏻

tinkerbell999 Tue 11-Aug-20 18:50:34

Thanks ladies was so faint yesterday so I'm happy with this test ❤️ x

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tinkerbell999 Sun 16-Aug-20 20:13:31

Worried about line progression ladies

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Lollol86 Sun 16-Aug-20 21:50:51

@tinkerbell999 why lovely? Xx

tinkerbell999 Sun 16-Aug-20 21:56:24

Well I did the clearblue above and Tesco at 8dpo and it was positive just done one Asda brand and was barely visible at 12 dpo pics attatched

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tinkerbell999 Sun 16-Aug-20 21:57:23

See ?

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BabyE8 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:00:35

I would say for line progression comparison you need to use the same test. I would try another of the cb ones or else try a frer xx

Lollol86 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:06:38

@tinkerbell999 I would suggest using the same test too. How many dpo are you? Xx

tinkerbell999 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:10:01

BabyE8

I would say for line progression comparison you need to use the same test. I would try another of the cb ones or else try a frer xx


Thanks I've ordered a first response so strange as the two blue deffo looked positive diddent they :// and it's there in the Asda but soooo faint and I'm now 12 dpo x

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Sevo7 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:15:01

Was in morning urine with the clear blue and more diluted evening urine with the Asda? In the early days if your wee is not concentrated enough it makes a massive difference.

tinkerbell999 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:17:02

It's the clearblue early detection and was mid morning I got it after holding in .. Asda was early evening but I would of thought after 12 dpo would of been a stronger like with the clearblue being so visible 🤷‍♀️ so I'm scared another loss I've had 6 so seeing things like these lines not progressing totally freaks me out xx

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Sevo7 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:26:30

I understand the panic as I’ve had 2 losses as well and neither progressed how it should when I tested, so I was also obsessive about testing. Try not to panic, to see reliable progression it needs to be the same test and the same time of day.

In my last pregnancy I was testing every day and seeing reasonable progression, around 16dpo I randomly did a test at 9pm with what I knew was weak urine and the test line was so incredibly faint I panicked and was sure it was the start of a miscarriage again. I begged my GP for a blood test the next day and the result came back at nearly 600hcg! It really does make a difference

tinkerbell999 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:31:43

Thanks for your reply it's awful Isent it the panic .. my partner thinks I've stopped testing he goes mad at me doing it all the time I'm definitely obsessed with it .. surely it's got to stick sometime right 💁‍♀️ I've waited for this all month so I could start my treatment so I will feel daft if it ends in a chemical it's just become so normal
Losing pregnancies so hard to get excited and remain positive xx

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Sevo7 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:37:47

I know what you mean and I’m crossing my fingers it works out for you. I’ve just been looking back at the photos of my tests and my 12 dpo are still very faint and that with morning urine. Use the same tests, test at the same time of day and see where you are at the day your period would be due. That’s always been a good indicator for me,in that it should be a clear line and come up quickly by 15dpo ( although I appreciate this isn’t the case for everybody) Good luck x

tinkerbell999 Sun 16-Aug-20 22:41:37

Thanks so much for your reply's ladies calmed me down a little so will test tomorrow
I've got a first response coming xx

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