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    Default Really dislike false positives!!!

    There are a truckload of false positives around atm
    Is the crystal clear one the blue dye ones? I haven't had a problem with them, though I only used them once.

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    Default Really dislike false positives!!!

    Do you mean if the line comes up blue? Yes it does actually I can try attach a photo maybe...
    I just figured from reading here that frer are the best ones at picking up on hcg so if nothing came up on that it couldnt be positive...
    And coz of diff issues I have no idea when I ovulated so not even sure when AF is supposed to be due... Ahh the joys of ttc! 😁
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    I have not seen these tests before. Can you tell me what part is the result window and is it meant to have just a line or is it one that is meant to have a cross? If that is what it is meant to look like then I would say that is a BFP and the one you did after you just did not have enough HCG in you wee for it to pick up. I would do another test in the morning hun :-) Best of luck

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    Default Really dislike false positives!!!

    Isn't that the ones where the circle windows supposed to have a plus? Or am I thinking of yet another test

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misiu View Post
    Do you mean if the line comes up blue? Yes it does actually I can try attach a photo maybe...
    I just figured from reading here that frer are the best ones at picking up on hcg so if nothing came up on that it couldnt be positive...
    And coz of diff issues I have no idea when I ovulated so not even sure when AF is supposed to be due... Ahh the joys of ttc! ������
    That is a definite negative. If it were positive there would be a cross in the round one (ie positive 'sign'). That is not a false positive.

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    Default Really dislike false positives!!!

    My instructions said thats the positive?
    Ah well there you go, I'm carrying on for no reason hahaha

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    Misiu is there meant to be a cross?

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    I got this in a google search of pregnancy tests, it's what a positive should look like in that brand:
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