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    Default FRER False Positives??

    Hi All,

    I had what I thought was a BFP yesterday morning 9 dpo on a frer - definite faint pink line, yet this morning on a frer 10dpo BFN, I think I had implantation cramps at 7DPO.

    I have attached pics.

    What do you think?

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    I can see a line in both pics!?

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    Me too

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    Definitely 2 lines. Very faint but it's there!

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    You can't get false positives unless you are injecting HCG.

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    Thanks Ladies, both pics are from the test yesterday, I just cant understand why today was a glaring white test?

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    I Guess I am hoping for some hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nezz79 View Post
    You can't get false positives unless you are injecting HCG.
    Actually you can. A lot of women (myself included) had it happen a couple of years ago with FRER. They had a dodgy batch. Definitely was not pregnant and no chance of a chem. Its rare but it does happen.

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    @minniebaby it could be dodgy tests or a chemical... or its just early. Maybe leave it for a day or 2 and retest and see. Good luck!

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    Definitely two lines! I would just leave it a few days and test again. HCG doubles every 48-72 hours so if you've only tested yesterday, chances are your HCG wouldn't have gone up very much, as well as variables like how diluted your urine is, ect. I'd still consider yourself pregnant 😊


 

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