So, I couldn't hold off any longer and tested this morning with FMU at 8DPO and got a very very faint BFP! I know it's early to be testing but I admit I'm a test-a-holic! I'm not going to get to excited yet, since there is a chance of it being an evap line. The line appeared within the time limit, but it got darker after it dried. I'll probably test again in the morning to see if it gets any darker. I'm trying to get an early result so I can get into to the doc ASAP since I've always had early MC's. with my son I was seeing a specialist and was put on progesterone suppositories. Fingers crossed!!
Morning update: I tested again this morning, and again I think I see the very faintest line. I'm starting to think my eyes are playing tricks on me. I think I'm going to wait a couple of days to test again. I'm having a garage sale starting tomorrow, so hopefully that will keep my mind off of it! Lol!
Well FF changed my O date so I am 13DPO today. So that would put me at 6DPO when I tested. And there was very very faint line on about half of the other tests I've taken, but they never got any darker. So I'm thinking they just were evap lines even though they showed within the time limit.
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