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01/04/2015 at 02:38
01/04/2015 at 02:44
Forgot to mention, I have been receiving some very strange signals which I do not know what to make of:
01/04/2015 at 04:13
Hi angie... I would say you need to take your longest cycle as the measure of when you will be 'late'. Im assuming you are tracking ovulation? How many dpo are you now?
In answer to question 2... Yes its quite possible to get a false negative if you're early on. With my 1st pregnancy i got a false negative on the day my period was due (got bfp when i retested 5 days later). With my 2nd I got a bfp at 11dpo / 3 days before AF due. With this third pregnancy I got a very clear BFN at 9dpo / 5 days before af due then got very faint bfp 3 days before af due & strong bfp day before af due.
i would recommend testing again in a couple of days & always use fmu regardless of what some tests (eg first response early response) say about it being ok to test anytime of day... You will always get most accurate result with fmu.
01/04/2015 at 04:30
Thanks for much for your reply. Guess I'll have to wait like a sitting duck till this Sunday then (30th day cycle) and see where it goes from there. Haha. I've tried tracking ovulation previously, and after a few months of negatives on the HPTs...I gave up tracking and DTD spontaneously as soon as Af was over. Hence, i really don't know how many DPO I'm at now.
Thanks for the hope on the false negatives...am just praying and hoping this would be the month.
And yes totally agree with you the FMU is the best to test on and every time I do a test it's always with FMU...sometimes I feel that these HPT brands are just plain bullshit when they say that you can test almost 4 days after Ovulation to get a result, citing how super sensitive their HPTs are...but I find it absolutely stupid for them to get our hopes up so high (though some are pregnant and still get false HPTs until after their AF is due).
Thanks again and will keep you updated as these last few days (or eternity) pass over me.
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