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Early bfp with one pregnancy but not the next?
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Posted 02 December 2012 - 01:52 PM
We got a very early bfp with our first child (9 dpo, I was charting). We are now trying for our second but not tracking anything. I think I am 9 (or maybe even 10) dpo & I got a bfn today. I am fairly sure this isn't our month given I don't "feel" pregnant (which I did last time).
I'm just wondering if anyone got an early bfp with one pregnancy but later bfp's with other pregnancies? In my head I've decided we are probably out this month but still holding a little hope lol
Posted 07 December 2015 - 10:30 AM
HCG levels can also vary greatly for different pregnancies. With my first pregnancy, my levels were towards the lower ends of the normal range and so my doctor kept checking them every 48 hours for a few days. Everything was fine.
My second pregnancy, my levels were so high the dr said he thought we were having twins! We had just the one very healthy little girl.
Maybe it had something to do with it - my first pregnancy was a boy, my second was a girl.
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