Too early for frer?

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  1. kumber

    kumber Well-Known Member

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    I'm 10dpo tomorrow, do you think that's too early to do a frer?


     
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    broody2013 Well-Known Member

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    You could try if you like. The results are much more accurate 3 days before AF or nearer though. I am waiting til 11DPO this month. But some ladies have had BFP as early as 10DPo but there is a risk of a false negative x
     
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    I got a positive at 8/9dpo and I've had a scan which shows my dates are spot on so it's certainly possible to get a bfp this early. Remember though if it's negative it doesn't mean you're not pregnant!
     
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    kumber Well-Known Member

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    Thanks ladies, I'm really torn. Nothing showing up on 10mui ics but I understand these aren't reliable?


     
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    scn Well-Known Member

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    Depends on the quality of your ic's. Superdrug and frer's are about the same sensitivity and my line was only slightly darker on the superdrug xx These were mine at 10dpo xx
     

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    oooooo how exciting, will be stalking you in the morning my Lovely :)

    xxx
     
  7. kumber

    kumber Well-Known Member

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    I have no idea what quality they are, all I know is they are One Step 10mui tests.



    I'm sure it'll be me making a fuss over nothing!


     
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    Mines were one step ;-)
     
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    Oooo. I will definitely be stalking around in the morning Kumber :D
    Good luck :)
     
  10. MumsyLou

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    Are you doing your IC's with FMU? I've heard certain IC tests will be slightly different lines etc and sensitivity being down to individual tests? Obviously we're talking minimal margins here but, it wouldn't hurt to test at 10 DPO. Albeit, you might not trust a negative result and I'd test obsessively if I got a squinter :lol: My 14 DPO line with DS wasn't that dark even with FMU, so if you do beware it'd probably be a squinter and you'd end up a POAS addict as the days pass to make sure your line was developing if there. Then again, I'm a POAS addict even with OPKs :whistle: best of luck Kumber xx
     
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    kumber Well-Known Member

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    Thanks ladies, I'll sleep on it. I'm popping to the shops tomorrow so you'll all have to wait to Tuesday I'm afraid!


    MumsyLou, I'm already a POAS addict. I've been doing them since 6dpo :blush: I'm using my FMU where possible but I'm still up boobing DS2 in the night and I always go for a wee before I feed him so it's probably not as concentrated as it should be.


     
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    At 10dpo I had nothing on a ic but a very faint line on a FRER, good luck xx
     

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