Bfn on frer 9dpo then a bfp?
BlueeSpottyTiger · 11/04/2017 11:19
Has anyone ever had a bfn at 9dpo on a first response early result to go on to have a bfp?
My af is due in 4 days on the 15th and i got a bfn this morning with Fmu.
I have no symptoms of pregnancy or Af atall.
HungryHorace · 11/04/2017 12:26
9 DPO is thereabouts the first day you'd be likely to get a BFP, so most people who were going to get a BFP would get a BFN at 9 DPO.
BelleBeauty82 · 11/04/2017 12:44
Me! Last week. Stark negative at 9dpo then tested again on the day my period due at got a faint line. Good luck.
fuzzywuzzy · 11/04/2017 12:45
I did as well, got a super faint bfp at ten dpo have never got a bfp before ten dpo ever.
WantToGoingTo · 11/04/2017 12:46
Yes me. Start white negative bfn 9dpo followed by bfp with clear pink line at 10dpo. You ain't out til the fat lady sings!
BlueeSpottyTiger · 11/04/2017 13:06
Yay! I feel like im clutching at straws but this gives me hope.
Did you all use first response early result test's?
I think its because i got my bfp with dd at 9dpo i expect it again(if i am or when i do get pg) x
BelleBeauty82 · 11/04/2017 13:50
Yes I used the first response early result. I got my bfp with DS at 9dpo on a Superdrug test. But this time I wasn't showing a line til pretty much 13dpo.
WantToGoingTo · 11/04/2017 13:56
Ah blue no congratulations for me!! I meant when I was pregnant with DS in 2014 haha!
BlueeSpottyTiger · 11/04/2017 21:05
Gives me hope!
It's crazy how much it can vary but I suppose every pregnancy is different.. I'll test again on sat. I doubt it will show me two lines but i can hope eh!? Lol
Thanks for replying xx
lookatthemoon · 13/04/2017 22:47
Me! With DS, I only used FRERs and I didn't get a line until day before AF was due. And I was testing a lot. FRERs def the best but the 6 day thing won't always apply, you might have implanted late etc.
13Victoria · 22/05/2020 08:56
BFN at on a FRER 9dpo (I think!)
Had a nightmare with my thermometer though so not definite about ovulation.
No symptoms though either 😣
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