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Asked by AnnasiaL

Q: Has anyone had faint or for sure positive; 7-9 DPO?

Been having mild cramping & backache since 7dpo, with no signs of AF

This question was asked Jan. 12, 2013 5:17pm
Category: Early Pregnancy Symptoms

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Answered by kidodditie - Jan. 14, 2013 2:06am
I got a very faint positive.. I swear only I could see it. On 8dpo back in Nov. With all other test bfn! Turned out I was pregnant but had an early mc :/ but here I am again at 10 do, I took my first test Day before yesterday with smu -8dpo- bfn.. I see a tint of pink on your test!! Good luck to you!

Answered by bostonmama08 - Jan. 12, 2013 7:10pm
I had a backache and got a positive at 8dpo. Positive digital on 9dpo.

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Answered by AnnasiaL - Jan. 12, 2013 6:47pm
@olivias mommy; thanks for the input...the is actually a new symptom that came out of nowhere for me; last time I gave birth was in 2007 and have a pregnancy in 2011 but have no s&s. I test today because I've seen progression pics and was hoping to do some myself. I'll keep updated.

Answered by olivias mommy - Jan. 12, 2013 5:46pm
Actually just looked to see if you had a hpt posted. I think I might see something, BUT I would keep testing to make sure. Also it is good to see a line progression with tests that are 48 hours apart. Good luck!

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Answered by olivias mommy - Jan. 12, 2013 5:43pm
Sometimes women do yes. BUT most women do not get a visible TRUE line until 10 dpo at the earliest. All women are different though. If you havent tested I might wait until 10 dpo at the earliest.

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