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    Default Faint positive followed by negatives and no period.

    Hi ladies,

    I didn't think I was in with a chance this month but I just took a test (FRER) for fun the night before my period was due (yesterday) and within seconds of doing the test a faint pink line appeared. I was shocked!

    Thought I'd get a nice line today with FMU but it was so faint you couldn't even call it positive. Held my wee and did a clear blue digital this arvo which came back 'not pregnant' too.

    No period or sign of it so I'm playing a waiting game now Anyone had any similar experiences? Would love to hear your stories to distract myself for a little while until I get my period... or if it doesn't come within a few days i guess I'll test again.

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    FRER have been giving EVERYONE false positives! Steer away from them and try again in a couple of days with another brand if AF hasn't turned up. FX she hasn't xx

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    I dont think they are false positives. FRER are super sensitive. I got a BFP 36 hours PRIOR to a blood test that came back at a level of 9.
    It is believed they are now so sensitive that they are recording any hcg at all. So even if it was a failed implantation it was still registering from the small amount of hcg produced

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    Sounds like a chemical pregnancy or a false positive, hope it works out for you

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    Thanks Bel - I think so too

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