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    Default Pregnant- confirmed by blood test but still bfn!!!

    Okay I think I'm making myself go crazy so need some advice if anyone has experienced this before??? Thanks!

    I am currently 4 weeks 5 days pregnant. I however only started testing after my af was due with Internet cheapies (with are supposably ultra sensitive), kept getting bfn.
    After 3 days overdue I tested with a clearblue digi and straight away got a BFP!!!
    However I kept testing with my Internet cheapies and the strongest I have got is a faint smudge of a shadow, and if it's night time and I've had a drink then it's white as white with no line....

    I went to the doctor yesterday and got a blood test which confirmed the pregnancy, and she said I should feel reassured that my Hcg levels are strong for my early stage of pregnancy. However she wants me to retake the blood tests next week so we can see even more surge....

    I've had a missed miscarriage before and this baby is so wanted that I just can't bear to think about losing it, I'm scared what's going on???

    Thanks ladies X

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    You might have a bad batch of internet cheapies. Try a different brand and throw the cheapies out.

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    I've never had much luck with internet cheapie until much later after AF due. I only test with First Response, grab a packet of those and test

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    I've tried quite a few different brands and all were negative, yet pregnancy confirmed both times by bloodtests at 9&7 weeks. Frustrating isn't it!
    I pee'd on a stick at drs at 9weeks and it was negative, I'd been on pill for over 10yrs so dr did bloods to test for a few things, called next day to say it was positive...I thought he meant positive for menopause! Ha. Total opposite.
    Congrats


 

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