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    Me too! I'll looks around and keep u posted.

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    I was intrigued, so just looked on eBay, there's one listing I could see. Coming out of the us. $19.95 for the test and $34.95 for postage, makes it too pricey for me to consider. For that price, I could go to my gp, get bloods done.

    If they were cheaper, I'd definitely buy them though... Anyone going over to the us soon? Bring some back with you, list them on eBay, make a killing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    I was intrigued, so just looked on eBay, there's one listing I could see. Coming out of the us. $19.95 for the test and $34.95 for postage, makes it too pricey for me to consider. For that price, I could go to my gp, get bloods done.

    If they were cheaper, I'd definitely buy them though... Anyone going over to the us soon? Bring some back with you, list them on eBay, make a killing...
    true that! Too pricey for me too......although there is a cost to make an appt with doc as well btw love the name preggasaurus!

    following taken from www.early-pregnancy-tests.com...


    "Detect5 consists of 5 different pregnancy tests on one test stick, providing you with a more comprehensive picture of your urine-based pregnancy hormone status. Each test is calibrated to a different sensitivity level of hCG, the hormone secreted from the developing placenta shortly after fertilization. The five levels tested for with Detect5 are 25 miu/ml, 100 miu/ml, 500 miu/ml, 2,000 miu/ml, and 10,000 miu/ml."

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleduck View Post
    true that! Too pricey for me too......although there is a cost to make an appt with doc as well btw love the name preggasaurus
    Thanks! There's a story behind it, but basically, when I'm pregnant, I go a bit nuts, crazy, angry. Think tyrannosaurs Rex, anyway, my dh started calling me preggasaurus, it kinda stuck! Lol!

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    Lol! Love it.


 

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