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Mine wasn't that dark at 14dpo, that's great! Actually, mine wasn't even at dark at 17 dpo, but it's darker than the control line. My O is estimated anyway since I wasn't TTC, so I'm trying not to let it bother me. I'm taking my last FRER Saturday and hoping for something nice and dark. My sister reassured me that everyone is different and hcg depends on when implantation occurs. I was a week late for af before my first test with DD and it wasn't that dark, so you're doing amazing. Wow, sorry for carrying on. Lol
Last edited by MommaOf2andBean; November 27th, 2013 at 01:27 PM.
I don't think I would be pregnant if I were a couple days off, I thought I was past O when we conceived. As it is, my O date would have made my cycle about 31 days and I'm pretty regular at 29 days. I guess crazy things happen, but I'm doubtful.
Do twins run in your family? My sister's test at 14dpo was also closer to mine. She's now 10 weeks.
I think it depends too when you pee. Are you using FMU or SMU?
Last night was an impulse pee, about 15 minutes after I had just went (I was drinking a lot so I was peeing a lot). Yesterday's impulse test (estimated 18dpo) looked like my fmu test at 17dpo. I do have a nice progression. My sister also reminded me that there's a huge normal hcg range and my tests look fine, and though I usually have average cycles, could have been a freakish one. We'll see at my first ultrasound I guess. I'd love to take another FRER this weekend, but I don't know if I can justify spending the money.