FRER line progression. Should I prepare for a chemical?

posted 2 weeks ago in TTC
  • poll: Do these tests indicate a chemical pregnancy?

    Yes

    No

    Too early to tell

  • Post # 2
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: June 2019

    I would still give it a couple more days, bee. How many DPO are you? The earlier you are, the longer I would wait to make any call. 

    However, if you are like 21 DPO, I would be worried. But early on, it can change so much just in the tiniest ways! Please try not worry unless it’s super late, or if AF comes, or your blood test is concerning. 

    (Edit: for what it’s worth, today’s looks no lighter than yesterday’s to me!)

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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: November 2013

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    @northbee:  I  going to be honest, I don’t think it looks super promising. ๐Ÿ˜ฅ I say this from first-hand experience. I dearly hope I  wrong, but I would expect more line progression from 11dpo to 15 dpo. I think tomorrow’s test will tell you a lot. Hugs. 

    Post # 6
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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: November 2013

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    @northbee:  I know! And the fact that so many people get pregnant so easily. I am not saying this to diminish anything but at least you know that sperm met egg if this goes south. It took me a year to get pregnant with my daughter and that was constantly a thought. May I ask your age?

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    Worker bee
    • Wedding: March 2014

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    @northbee:  I wish I’d kept pictures from a previous chemical but mine faded super quick. Could be that I caught the end of it but I’d keep testing. Good luck bee!

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    Helper bee
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    @northbee:  I’m so sorry about your previous loss. I actually have two kids. I had two losses before my son (one chemical and one 11 week loss,) and then it was crickets for an entire year before I got pregnant with my daughter. I was at the same age as you when I got pregnant with my daughter and I did lots and lots and lots of googling…everything possible and I found that at that age, I had a 10% chance each month (there’s like a 30 percent chance at the prime of fertility). So, it’s kind of like playing the odds until you finally strike. I am hopeful that it will be the same for you and hopefully sooner rather than later. Fingers crossed! But yes please update tomorrow. 

    Post # 10
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    Helper bee
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    @northbee:  Any update, Bee?

    Post # 13
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    Buzzing bee
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    I am SO limited in my experience bee, but I too might expect a LITTLE more from 15DPO. Even still, it doesn’t look BAD to me. Like it’s not DEFINITELY a loss, you know? 

    First Response is very clear on the packaging that women have an enormous variance with the hormone levels this early on and MOST of the time (not all) it is not an indicator of a healthy/unhealthy pregnancy. 

    Keep us posted though <3 I have my fingers crossed for you!

    Post # 14
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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: November 2013

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    @northbee:  I don’t blame you! I think the betas are going to offer a lot more info. Keep us updated? 

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