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    Wow, FR dip sticks are not even close to being as sensitive as the early detection ones are they? I did one this morning (SMU) and it's way darker than the first one I did a few days ago, but still pretty faint for 15dpo

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    Nice and dark, but not what I'd expect for 15dpo

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissusMac View Post
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    Nice and dark, but not what I'd expect for 15dpo
    For an IC I think that's fine as I said the other day when I got pregnant I only started to see a line on a IC at 13dpo, and I'm currently 21 weeks pregnant with a healthy baby on the way.

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    The disappointing thing is they aren't cheap! Haha. They're first response brand. I thought the sensitivity would similar across all of their 'types' of tests (dip stick vs mid ******).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissusMac View Post
    The disappointing thing is they aren't cheap! Haha. They're first response brand. I thought the sensitivity would similar across all of their 'types' of tests (dip stick vs mid ******).
    I still don't think they would be as good as a frer but if its really bothering you go buy a frer or a digi, I think everything looks like its going fine though

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    I still have one FRER left. Will do it Sunday and get my bloods again Monday. Then try and forget about it an enjoy Christmas :-)

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    And it's definitely darker, so I'm not too worried.
    The change between 12 and 15dpoImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1387505193.360565.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissusMac View Post
    And it's definitely darker, so I'm not too worried.
    The change between 12 and 15dpoAttachment 48092
    Looks perfect your just worrying over nothing and that's totally understandable

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    So we've told a couple of people and I've just been so overwhelmed by how happy (and emotional) everyone is for us. I'd always felt kinda alone, and had no idea how many people were really backing us. It's been very humbling. Can't wait for the hb so we can tell a few more people :-)

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    That's awesome MissusMac - so happy for you


 

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