10dpo - BFN and going loopy

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  1. Pemsy

    Pemsy Well-Known Member

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    Hi all

    I am posting to try and get out of my own head a bit. I have had one previous chemical and I tested 10dpo possibly 11dpo and got my first bfp - faint but clear. I woke up feeling wired so this was the first test I did. The past two days I have noticed things that make me feel the same way last time. I am spacey, and today certain parts of my breasts feel almost bruised. Last time I experienced vertigo like spells and my breasts were agony for the week following the chemical.

    I know I shouldn't but I have started testing with IC (which gave me the bfp last time). There is not a hint of a line. When I have looked online most people see something by 10dpo.

    I am just looking for a little advice really. I wouldn't mind too much normally but my husband now has to work away so iit doesn't look good for my next cycle or 2 and just feeling a bit low. Thanks all x
     
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    Oh I am also having an upset tummy off and on for two days so not sure if my dizzy spells are linked to that.
     
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    Pemsy Well-Known Member

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    I tested today 11dpo and my IC came back bfn, not even a whisper of a line. I also used a Lloyds FR to put my mind at bay and move on if it's clear. I don't know much about Evan lines, can anyone tell me about them. A bit of dye has run accross both windows at the same height. However I can see a faint pink line in the left window. Sorry my edited photo wouldn't upload. The line was there after 3 minutes and got a little darker after 5 total. Now the run has gone and the line is quite clear for a positive. Is this what happens with evaps? X
     

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