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Hi everyone..i have a question..i took an hpt yest morn and it was a bfn then again in the afternoon and there was a very faint pink line..so i took one this morn and there is another faint line a lil darker than the other one. They were both done with first response..ive heard a line is a line right? Im also a bit nervous bc i still have cramping and im 10 dpo..ive had 2 miscarriages before at 6weeks and then again at 8 weeks..so i hope cramping is not that..has anyone else experienced this before?
At 10 DPO it's still really early and the cramping could be implantation..I'd try and wait until after you've missed your period and test again..If you still get a positive then you are most likely pregnant..
Cramping can be very normal during early pregnancy. I had cramping so bad with my first i thought af was going to start any minute. I'm sorry bout your lost. I wouldn't worry (better said than done) as long as it is not combined with bleeding everything is ok, but if it gets worrisome n on one side go to the dr. gl n I pray u have a h&h 9 months.
Cramps are normal! Your uterus is stretching. I remember feeling like af was coming when i got my
10 dpo bfp with my daughter. I woukd think that you implanted on the early side, so your early cramping makes sense. It takes a few days *after* implantation to get a positive pg test. Sounds like you have a true bfp, as it got darker this am. Congrats! H&H 9 mos to you!!
I meant to comment this am when I saw the post but I was in a bit of a hurry.. I was told by several doctors (I work in a hospital) and know from others that cramping is quite normal. After all the uterus is growing everyday that you baby is in there. As long as the cramps are not severe as in your doubled over in pain or accompanied by bleeding it's perfectly normal. The major bummer when ttc is the urge to test early but unfortunately sometimes our bodies never meant for us to know what was going on (as in chemical pregnancies, many women don't even know and are spared the heartache of an early miscarriage). Just relax and if it gets worse or you really think something is wrong call your dr.