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Did any of you not get a BFNs before 13DPO?

(10 Posts)
Excellentstick Sat 17-Dec-16 22:12:32

My body is playing annoying tricks on me but I am getting BFNs. Boots own brand one on what I believe to be the eve of 11dpo and one on the morning of 12dpo. I'm going to test tomorrow morning with a clearblue (not digi) but if I'm not pregnant something ain't right as all I've had is a bit of light spotting and no period. I'm now 14dpo but normally only have about a 10/11 day luteal phase.

Basically I'm asking you pregnant people if any of you got BFNs for a bit before you got a BFP? When I've been pregnant before I had strong lines long before period was due...

Excellentstick Sat 17-Dec-16 22:34:13

No one?

bonzo77 Sat 17-Dec-16 22:35:59

A friend did. All BFN till 10 weeks!

Excellentstick Sat 17-Dec-16 22:42:34

Was she ever given a reason for that Bonzo?

Excellentstick Sat 17-Dec-16 22:44:29

I've just realised my title makes no sense at all

bonzo77 Sat 17-Dec-16 23:06:10

No reason. The pregnancy was totally normal and healthy. And her 3rd (her second was a miscarriage).

haveacupoftea Sat 17-Dec-16 23:16:41

I had positives several days before my AF due date, but everyone is different.

bloodydrama Sat 17-Dec-16 23:26:40

I had negative with DD1, positive at about 5 weeks
My best friend has just had a BFP after BFN last week grin

leighdinglady Sun 18-Dec-16 07:36:06

4 days before AF was due! So for me that would make it just 10dpo ish

Blondeshavemorefun Sun 18-Dec-16 08:55:22

My preg is ivf so slightly diff as know Excalty when conceived but yes I tested 3daya early but as was my birthday but was bfn and was 😢 Another failure but retested as advised 3 days later and got bfp and was wtf this can't actually be happening

I never test early with ivf as no point as have to test few days later anyway

So yes can happen

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