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    Default Best pregnancy tests?

    What do u recommend?

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    Default Best pregnancy tests?

    First response IMO are the best, the in ****** ones

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    Default Best pregnancy tests?

    Anything else is a waste of time.

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    Default Best pregnancy tests?

    Yep driest response is what I have used too, also if your after Internet cheapies I've used ones from lullaby conceptions

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    First response early result seems to be a popular choice. They can theoretically give a positive result from as early as 6 days before AF is due (if you're lucky) and they have a low false positive rate. If you're a POAS addict then getting some cheapies from ebay is a good idea, most claim to be very sensitive but they seem to give more false positives. If you can hold out till AF is due then the less sensitive tests from First response or confirm should do the trick or if you're prepared to fork out the extra money then a digital will give you a definite answer.

    Personally I use FRER and internet cheapies.

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    First response early response without a doubt. Don't use Forelife brand. I got a false pos on them last month :S and I know it wasn't a chemical as I used a FRER straight after the forelife and it was stark white neg

    I use internet cheapies too, but they are more to fill the void of POAS lol If you are one of those women that can hold out until a day or 2 before AF just get FRER. If you are like me and can't help yourself by 9 DPO lol use internet cheapies. They tend to be less sensitive.

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    Default Best pregnancy tests?

    I'm using FRER ATM I've used 6, I'm 4 days late n having all the symptoms. So hoping AF stays away n my levels r still low to detect on them.

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    First response early result seems to be a popular choice. They can theoretically give a positive result from as early as 6 days before AF is due (if you're lucky) and they have a low false positive rate. If you're a POAS addict then getting some cheapies from ebay is a good idea, most claim to be very sensitive but they seem to give more false positives. If you can hold out till AF is due then the less sensitive tests from First response or confirm should do the trick or if you're prepared to fork out the extra money then a digital will give you a definite answer.

    Personally I use FRER and internet cheapies.

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    I buy them in bulk from Oracle Fertility and also use confirm once I have a positive on a cheapie :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WannaBMummy82 View Post
    I buy them in bulk from Oracle Fertility and also use confirm once I have a positive on a cheapie :-)
    I have switched to Oracle but am yet to get a pos on them. What DPO did you get your BFP?


 

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