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    Default POAS: Ebay cheapie recommendations

    I'm looking at buying some ovulation and pregnancy tests from eBay - was wondering whether anyone had any recommendations for sellers.

    I've had a look at some of the feedback on some of the sellers and there are lots of mentions of false negatives, invalid tests etc.

    I know they are cheap, but I still don't want to waste my money

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    I got mine from fertility2family and have found they are good :-)

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    I have tried oracle & f2f, and oracle are better they use the 'davidstrip' brand which i think are better

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    I'm not sure what brand they are but don't go too cheap as one never gave me a BFP when i was infact pregnant! I tested even when i got the confirmation from the doctor and still said BFN...

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    thanks guys. I was looking at the feedback for fertility2family and it was there I saw someone say they were getting BFN when they were 4 weeks pregnant

    I'll give the oracle a try.

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    edit that!! lol i just had to check: the company is called inpregnancy

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    Ahhh crap! I probably should have researched lol

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    I had good success with the ovulation tests from pregnancy-tests.com.au. They're the pink David brand ones.

    I can't remember where I got my IC pregnancy tests from (green sticks) but they were rubbish - supposed to measure hcg levels as low as 10 mIU/L, but I got results on several brands of chemist-bought tests (25 mIU/L detection limit) much sooner and much more convincingly. I only bought the cheaper chemist ones - $10 - $15 for two tests.

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    Thanks all. I actually ordered oracle before I saw the edit - d'oh. Reviews were all good though so fingers crossed

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    I've been really happy with Oracle ovulation tests and pregnancy tests. Helped me get my BFP and got a positive at 4 weeks.


 

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