FR is the most sensitive of the supermarket ones, but there are 2 different types of FR. One is just the strip test for about $6 and one in a plastic casing, the latter is First Response Early Response, it's more sensitive than the $6 one.
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11-12-2011 16:14 #12
I like the clearblue digital, I had a few different brands on hand when I found out and the cb dig was first to display a positive result.
The FRER didn't pick it up until 2 days later.
I purchase all my tests from chemist warehouse online (as I live in the outback and not close to one) and they are a lot cheaper than other chemists and supermarkets.
Everyone is different and aldi have personal preference. God luck finding the best one that works for you :-)
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