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Late Ovulation 7dpo

Hey all, this is my first post here and we've been TTC for 7 years off and on. I've miscarried twice but due to some health issues with DH we weren't able to BD regularly. I started using OPK months ago and seemed never to see any positives when I should have been ovulating. Last week on day 27 I got the urge to use an OPK and it was positive, I did another one on day 28 and it was still positive. BD'd in the middle of the night and now I am what I believe to be about 7dpo. I have had nausea all day for the last 3 days, I had cramping all day yesterday and an appetite that won't go away. I'm super tired but I stand on my feet all day long. My cycle is usually about 35 days so now I'm not sure when to test because I should be 1 day late. I tested this morning and got a BFN but it's probably still too early. What do you guys think? Am I going crazy? I'm trying super hard not to test every day but those HPTs just burn a hole in my pocket when I know I have them.

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I'm in the same situation, 15dpo CD35. I've used first response early result the past 4 days and all negative. I implanted 8-9dpo. My bbs are sore and very swollen and I've had increasing amounts of white creamy CM. I've never had a cycle this long and my temps are still up. Only other symptom would be dizziness. 

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