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    There might be a hint of something on your first pic but I can't see anything on the rest, hopefully not an evap xx

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    18dpo. Spoke to ob on Friday and had already put my faint positives down to a second chemical pregnancy since the bloods weren't matching up with the tests.. Then got this today. How confusing 😳 more bloods on Monday.

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    Okay cd72 over here multiple negative tests on ic since the last test I showed in here. Bought some more first response dip tests. Was negative after 3 mins so I left it. Just checked it now and there's a line. Wtf is going on?ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1440064311.511247.jpg

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    You aren't going crazy Star. I see it. I would get a first response hun. I know they are expensive but they are the best.

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    Okay cd72 over here multiple negative tests on ic since the last test I showed in here. Bought some more first response dip tests. Was negative after 3 mins so I left it. Just checked it now and there's a line. Wtf is going on?Attachment 72634
    Eeeee frer!!!

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    Is there much difference between the first response early result tests and the first response dip tests?

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    Massive difference! I personally don't bother with any other tests as they give so many faint lines - or no lines at all when you are getting positives on FRER.

    I can see a line on your test but wouldn't trust it until I saw lines on a FRER - fingers crossed for you! Go get a test

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    Wow I hope this is it Star!! Definitely need a FRER they are much more sensitive! Good luck!

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    Is there much difference between the first response early result tests and the first response dip tests?
    I actually found the fr dip were better than the frer for me when I got my bfp with ds.

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    I was never a fan of the FR dipsticks, I preferred IC's as they were the same sensitivity but way cheaper. I used to buy the 3 packs at Woolies and Chemist Warehouse when they came up on special.

    With DS2 I got a squinter of a line on a dipstick and a dark line on a FRER.


 

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