Holding On To EVERY Last Hope Lol

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LN030905 - May 5

Know how women dont normall get their bfps til at least 9 or 10 dpo..well...does it differ if a woman has a longer cycle? I have been getting nothing but evap lines on several diff brands of tests. I am holding out for every last hope, because if Im not preg this month..were going to stop trying and leave it in the Lords hands. I have no real idea when I ovulated..maybe around cd 21(had some cramping around there) -which should put me at 15dpo and on cd 34. Im guessing..by going by my last cycle..that I should be expecting af sometime around early to middle of next week. Does it differ at all for women who have longer cycles? Im sure Im grasping at air here, but I dont wanna give up! Thanks!

 

Amber #2 - May 5

Hey LN, I don't know for sure but I have heard that it does take longer for a woman to get her BFP when she has a longer cycle! Hopefully this is the case for you! How are you sure that your others were just evap lines? Did they appear within the time frame?

 

LN030905 - May 5

Thanks for replying Amber! Well...i first tested wed afternoon...after 1 to 3 minutes, I threw away the test..but I looked at it later and thre was a light line..it looked purplish but it could have been gray..i dont know. I also tested yesterday morning with fmu but I ws exhausted still so, I waited about a minute or two and there wasnt aynthng so I went back to bed. I looked at it when i woke up and there was another line..same thing..couldnt tell if it was gray or light purple.

 

tish - May 5

ln, i don't want to be bossy or anything, but you should really take a test and set a timer for 9 minutes, and when the timer goes off, then look. don't throw it away before that. positives don't allways show up right away, so you may just need to wait the full time limit and see what happens... and then tell me how it goes :)P

 

Lin - May 5

No, it shouldn't make a difference. You will get a positive on a later day in your cycle than a woman with a shorter cycle, but not at a higher dpo. Of course, every woman is still different, so it's still possible for you to get a positive at 17 dpo while another woman might get one at 10 dpo, but the longer cycle doesn't have anything to do with how many dpo you get your bfp. You have the same chances of getting a positive at a later time after ovulation as anyone else, regardless of your cycle length.

 

LN030905 - May 5

well..I did take one this morning (it wasnt fmu, but it was the next time I had to go!) and its ---------....its a higher detection test. Im just going to say that its a evap bc they are sooo amazingly light! I just wondered about the cycle thing. I bought some FRER and I guess Ill try one of those next time I have to pee or maybe in the morning.

 

LN030905 - May 5

ok! Thanks lin!

 

Lin - May 5

Good luck! So long as af has not yet arrived, there's always hope!

 

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