Answered by angelis13 - Jun. 3, 2012 10:19pm
exact same thing happened to me last cycle ... i did some research and found that an extra hormone may have triugger the test OR it was chem... :( it is really annoying to cause i have 3 friend all duye around the same time and it looked like i was the 4th :( but then AF came im hoping for more luck this month
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Answered by a member - Jun. 3, 2012 12:02pm
So you got a BFP around 6 dpo but nothing since? That's VERY early, are you sure it wasn't an evap? Implantation likely wouldn't have even happened yet (remember it takes 6-12 dpo for implantation and then another 2-4 days for levels to increase to give you a BFP). Maybe you got your ovulation date wrong. What were you using to determine ovulation?
Wait to see if AF shows and try testing again. Best of luck to you:-)
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Answered by sugarbearbaez - Jun. 3, 2012 7:51am
This just happend to me as well. I got three BFP on 13dpo 14dpo and 15dpo on FRER and then yesterday I started spotting brown and today a regular flow and BFN. I will NOT ever test with FRER again unless I am atleast a week late for AF. This is the second chemical pregnancy I have had since December and if I had not used the FRER I do not think I would have even known. I hope you are an exception! Baby dust to you!
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Answered by imatestingfool - Jun. 3, 2012 6:44am
It's so disappointing to finally get a + and then find out you're not expecting, after all! We'll just keep trying...
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Answered by kelly27 - Jun. 3, 2012 6:15am
aww hun i wish i never did the other tests! its reare for a fulse + :-( i wish you lots of baby dust. i will post with the out come :-/ x
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Answered by imatestingfool - Jun. 3, 2012 6:00am
Hey hon! The same thing happened to me last week. Faint + on Sunday evening, then days of negative tests and AF showed up yesterday. I still don't know if it was a chem pg'cy or false +. I hope your case turns out better!
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