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    yep i see it too. tell her she needs new glasses.

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    That is a definite positive! Lol. Dumb doctor. The blood test will show show up positive I have no doubt. So weird, my doctor didn't even ask to see my pee test, she just believed me! Gave me all my referrals without even seeing a pee test or blood test.

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    Default I can see the lines but doctor thinks I'm crazy?

    Positive it is positive

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    Im just so frustrated... She did one of the POAS dip tests that she has in her office and said, it's negative. Nothing there. Why do you think you can see these things? If it was positive there would be a line here.
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    Default I can see the lines but doctor thinks I'm crazy?

    I can totally see that! Get a new gp lol

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    those dip tests are not as sensitive as a frer.

    i got a neg test in a doctors surgery, went home and peed on a FRER and it came up pos straight away.

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    To be fair, it is not exactly the most obvious second line... it's quite pale.

    It was a bit b*tchy to ask you why you think you can see these things though. Surely she should have just said, "Oh well... we might have to organise a blood test to double check then!"

    I hope your get the positive results you're after.

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    just poas again (and it came up an obvious positive this time) but when i wiped theres bright red blood and now cramping bad again. So guess thats that.
    thankyou everyone for your support and chatting.

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    Hi Mrs H, oh no! Hope you're not having an M/c. Sorry to hear that. But...Maybe it's a bit of implantation spotting? Spotting is very common around the time of implantation, and if there's not too much blood, it's bright and not clotty, and the tests keep coming up pos, that could very well be it. Stay positive, hon.

    Good luck, hope bub stays sticky.


 

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