I MAY be pregnant...going a little crazy

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I MAY be pregnant...going a little crazy
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Sun, 06-03-2007 - 4:28pm

Too exhausted from last night's and this morning's ordeal to re-type so please forgive my referring you to my post on the TTC and BF board:


http://messageboards.ivillage.com/n/mb/message.asp?webtag=iv-ppttcbf&msg=18035.1&ctx=0


What do you think?


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Registered: 02-05-2007
Sun, 06-03-2007 - 5:39pm

Well Stella: As you know, I don't have much experience with this whole baby making business but I do know a line when I see one and that's a line!!

Don't get your hopes up too much before seeing your doctor, but looks like you might have your BFP:.)

Lots of baby dust being sent to you from me.........

Julie

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Sun, 06-03-2007 - 6:02pm

Looks like a good healthy line to me! I try not to get too excited about lines until after 14 dpo, as sometimes they just seem to disappear. :( I hope that yours continues to get nice & dark!!

Oh, and I had to overlay your chart on mine, because they looked so similar. I am only on 9dpo, but they are very close... :)

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Registered: 03-16-2005
Sun, 06-03-2007 - 6:17pm

Let me say that I think it is really cute that you posted a pic of your pee strip!

I understand that there are virtually ZERO falst positives on those tests. False negatives: yes; false positives = doesn't happen.

CONGRATS!!!!!

Fingers crossed and lost and lots of baby dust!

Libby

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Registered: 02-28-2007
Sun, 06-03-2007 - 6:52pm

Hi Stella,

OK, I read this post, the post that you linked to and also your post from last night titled "HELP!!! Is anyone still up??!!" where you said you got a positive, and then a negative. The only time that happened to me, it turned out I had an early miscarriage. (Over 2 or 3 days, I got a positive, negative, positive; then a positive blood test at the doctor's office; and then a negative blood test at the doctor's office two days later and that was the end of that very short lived pregnancy).

BUT, I was using the SAME brand of HPTs each time. It sounds like you used two different kinds--the more sensitive kind for the first test (that showed up positive) and the less sensitive kind (for the one that showed up negative).

From the line you posted, I would say you are indeed pregnant! :-)

Congratulations Stella! I hope your doctor can confirm this on Monday!!!

I'm so excited for you!!!

xxoo
Lois

  

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Registered: 09-23-2005
Sun, 06-03-2007 - 8:17pm
All I know is if I saw that, I'd be jumping for joy because I have NEVER gotten a faint line ANY time except when I was PG!

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Registered: 05-16-2007
Mon, 06-04-2007 - 12:34pm
Hi Stella,
I really hope you are!!! I'll keep my fingers crossed!
Keep us updated.
Carolina