Looks like I'm out this month for testing again. Got to have a mammogram next week and currently in my fertile phase
Help!!! Please?!? So I posted earlier about needing a mammogram...necessary but my relaxed approach to ttc by not paying attention to my cycle means I am actually in the tww on the date of my mammogram. Do I test early or postpone my mammogram by a few days?!
Hi all - just want to quickly introduce myself - I've been a member of this forum for years but haven't posted here regularly since I was pregnant with my 2nd son.
I'll be testing on 25th feb or later.. Probably 25th because I'm so impatient and hate surprises! So, we are TTC #3 but have been quite lazy with it! This is our first cycle and I'm in the TWW, CD 16.
I've finally read through this entire thread and wanted to say congrats to all the ladies with BFP - and I'm so sorry to read about those with losses and BFN. Baby dust to everyone and hoping we get to know each other better in the coming weeks x
Last edited by witherwings; 16-02-2016 at 22:21.
Can someone decide this for me 😋 I'm seriously confused. It seems to be backwards? This is how they were inside the digi
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ETA the only difference is the way they're facing. The high sensitivity is the top one. Seems like there's a faint control and a strong preg to me OR is it a faint preg and a strong control?
Last edited by CluckyChook; 16-02-2016 at 19:29.
It's a faint BFP I think?
Could be, although I've never opened a digi to be able to compare, maybe someone else has.
I hope it is though! Maybe try a FRER in the morning, good luck! Xx
Just butting in to say that Digitals always have a second line even if they're negative.
The one with the single line is the conception indicator so theoretically measures the amount of hcg. Unfortunately you can't get anything from an opened digital because of that.
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