Help This Is Driving Me Nuts

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Misha Felds - November 1

My last period started on the 07th Oct and my partner & I had intercourse on the 19th & 20th ... I presume I would ovulate on the 20th/21st. My cycle is quite regular, so hopefully (or not ) I should come on the 04th Nov.... I have been having cramping and lower back ache for the past 5 days, but no bleeding (even though it feels like i'm about to come on) - Sore nipples and my br___ts are really swollen... headaches come and go - but I also am so tired and can't stop eating.... no nausea, but my appet_te comes and goes.....Did a test today (first response) and it was a BFN - So a bit upset - but is it too early - Thanks Ladies, men just don't understand :(

 

ceecee_fields - November 1

First Response can be a little picky. You and I have the same stats (see my post about being 12 dpo). I started on the 7th and am due for AF on the 4th. We are both 12 dpo. Hope we both get a BFP this month!!!

 

Misha Felds - November 1

Thanks so much Ceecee - look at our last names Fields & Felds..... lets keep our fingers and toes crossed.... Just don't unedrstand I never get these symptons... my period pains have completely gone, just a little niggling in my ovaries (well thats where it feels like).... What test would you recommend? - when will you test?

 

ceecee_fields - November 1

I'm going to use First Response because I had one left from last month, however if it doesn't work and AF is still not here, then I will get a cheap kind. Walmart or Dollar Tree. Something.

 

Misha Felds - November 1

will that work - even after missing AF??? - I thought you could only use that test before??

 

lastchance - November 2

I thought First Responce was supposed to be able to detect a level of 20 hcg? (it that the right letters, or hgc, or gch.. ugg..) Well.. it supposed to be (according to the box and a few websites... ) able to test 5 days before you miss? Right?

 

RavenRose - November 2

ANY test can be taken after your missed period. Some are just not sensitive enough to test before. So it can be too early to test, but never too late.

 

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