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    Bean*

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    Quote Originally Posted by SammyK15 View Post
    The photo a took earlier it looked heaps lighter. Thanks guys x just hope this little jelly beam sticks
    Fx you have a very sticky little one in there

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    I would only be 4 weeks. When will the best time be too go to the dr? I only went to the dr so early last time because of bleeding so not sure if I should wait a couple of weeks?

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    No time is too early to go to the doc. They can do rising hcg for you (2 days apart) if you're concerned about miscarriage. I went as soon as I got my positive every time. Funnily enough, the only time it stuck was when the doc DIDN'T do quantitative HCG but then, that doc was an ****.

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    Thankyou Nat, I will try and get into the drs

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    I know I'm being a pain! I took another test this morning using a different brand. Is that 2 lines?? ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1397012528.286737.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1397012540.527541.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by SammyK15 View Post
    I know I'm being a pain! I took another test this morning using a different brand. Is that 2 lines?? Attachment 52665Attachment 52666
    Yes it is. But your first test is the best indicator as those tests pick up pregnancy the earliest

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    That's 2 definite positive tests. Congratulations

    I always go to the doctor as soon as I get a positive test, but that's just because it doesn't feel real to me till the doctor confirms it.

    Good luck and fx for a sticky bub

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    Yep two lines there but I wouldn't worry because your frer is the better qaulity test and it showed a really good line
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    Oh and feel free to post as many pics as you want..I think we all enjoy seeing bfps


 

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