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    What's frer and ic mean??

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    frer is "first response early response" & ic is "internet cheapie" - 2 different kinds of hpt (home pregnancy test)

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    Ahhh I have used the them both! I do doubt the ic's because they are so cheap but they must work fine.

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    Apparently the ICs are not as sensitive as they claim to be. This makes them ideal for PIAC addicts as you don't get as disappointed when you test early and see a BFN (i.e. you say "oh well, they're not that sensitive") oh... and they're cheap!

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    The ones I got are 10ml aparently. Bought a pack of 40 a few months ago now down to about 15

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    Damn things don't work

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    Girls, I need help.
    I bought these LH tests in bulk but, seem to get this kind of result everyday.
    I finding it hard to tell if I'll actuall 'o' or if it's happened already...

    Anyone got feedback on these tests and a recommendation?
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    I haven't used those ones, but I found LH opks really hard to use. It's easy to miss the surge, as it depends what time you test. You could try the Clearblue digital ones (the one with the smiley face) - other bubhubbers seem to have had luck with these. I have given up on opks & just dtd like mad around when I think I should o (& "confirm" o via my bbt chart). O should be tomorrow... fx... then I can start using my hpts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    I haven't used those ones, but I found LH opks really hard to use. It's easy to miss the surge, as it depends what time you test. You could try the Clearblue digital ones (the one with the smiley face) - other bubhubbers seem to have had luck with these. I have given up on opks & just dtd like mad around when I think I should o (& "confirm" o via my bbt chart). O should be tomorrow... fx... then I can start using my hpts.
    I used the digis before but, because I'm not as regular as I'd like to be, found I went through two packs of digis a month.
    So expensive... I was trying to be budget friendly... bleh! Lol

    Thx Funchu x (edited after stupid auto correct)
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