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    Default Oracle fertility preg test

    I'm 3 days late for af. Since the d&c my periods have always been late. Last month I had a chem preg. So this month thought I'd give ic's a go to save on costs and help my poas addiction. The ic's I brought were 5 bucks for 15. So it does make me wonder on the quality of the tests. Just looking for some feedback on the accuracy of the tests

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    Ive used there OPK and they are great. I have one oracle and havent had a positive on them before so unsure but i know people that havent had a problem with them. Good Luck

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    Great results here with the opk's and hpt's :-)

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    I found they only gave a clear BFP a few days after my period was due -- so no good for early testing, but because they're less sensitive I was able to see the colour keep darkening on them long after my FRERs had plateaued.

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    I got bfp on oracle ic at 10 dpo. It was faint but definatly there. Good Luck.

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    Thanks for the reply. I'll keep testing and hope af stays away.

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    Opk were great but the pregnancy test only gave me a bfp 3 days after the first response did.

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    It's looking like I may have to go get a frer or discover preg test.

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    I've never got a BFP on an oracle (I use them every month) but have on another very popular IC. With a HcG of over 200 it was a faint line and on FRER it was darker than the control.

    I've found the OPK's of both oracle and other IC's are very good, but the pg tests I buy just to fill my POAS addiction so I can test everyday rather than blowing literally 100 bucks a month lol

    so in short, IC pg tests, oracle included, aren't very sensitive

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