Fertility Friend says that 15% of positive pregnancy tests reported by their users are reported on or before 9 days past ovulation.
If you want to analyze your results even further, they have graphs broken down by brand of pregnancy test and how many days past ovulation they were taken.
Did you know that 17% of pregnancy charts report a negative test being taken before a positive test? That statistic could either give you hope that your negative test result will turn positive or convince you that there are a bunch of smug women out there who were content to wait for their test results.
Fertility Friend even has a more detailed study about pregnancy tests in which they report:
The statement about money is completely irrelevant to me because I have 50 Wondfo Pregnancy Test Strips purchased for apprximately 19 cents a pop. It may, however, be too late to preserve my sanity.
Testing for pregnancy when trying to conceive is a sensitive issue. The
emotional toll of repeated negative results is hard to imagine for those who
have not experienced it. At the same time, waiting throughout the luteal phase
to know the outcome of your cycle can be agony. For these reasons, knowing when
to expect reliable results is extremely important, both to preserve your
emotional state and to save money by not testing too early.
I tested this morning. Big Fat Negative (BFN).
Did you know there are entire web sites out there to looking at other people's pregnancy tests and determining whether or not you can actually see a line? No? You must be a sane person.
There's no room for you here.