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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiffanyandco View Post
    Oooooooh how exciting. I test with late afternoon urine fmu dosnt work well for me for some reason

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    I've been finding SMU with a 6 hour hold from about 3am is giving me the best result! But I still POAS at 3am too, lol.

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    My tests were always darker (with both pregnancies) in the afternoon for some reason?

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    Me too! Now my hcg is higher I can poas at any time, but early on my fmu was too weak. I think it's because I get thirsty at night so it's more diluted, and im peeing so often at night that it doesn't get concentrated!

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    Has anyone used a forlife digital before? You insert a stick into a digital reader and the stick looks like the clearblue dip sticks. I got a negative for the digital reading but when I pulled the stick out there were two lines, one was faint but definitely colored. I googled and it appears a few people have queried it but no real answers. I don't understand having a test stick that can get two lines even if negative, I think it gives people false hope. Yes, I know if it's a digi test you should only read the digi outcome but still. This is what it looked like about 20 minutes after. Faded a bit by the time I took the photo.

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    AF arrived this morning so it definitely is just the way it's designed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterfly2013 View Post
    Has anyone used a forlife digital before? You insert a stick into a digital reader and the stick looks like the clearblue dip sticks. I got a negative for the digital reading but when I pulled the stick out there were two lines, one was faint but definitely colored. I googled and it appears a few people have queried it but no real answers. I don't understand having a test stick that can get two lines even if negative, I think it gives people false hope. Yes, I know if it's a digi test you should only read the digi outcome but still. This is what it looked like about 20 minutes after. Faded a bit by the time I took the photo.

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    Mine did the same this morning hun,dont worry about the lines the digis measure lh too so thats why they have a second line or they dont

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJones&Me View Post
    My tests were always darker (with both pregnancies) in the afternoon for some reason?
    Mine do the same. Fmu is useless but afternoon au works great

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    IMG_3044.jpg

    Can anyone see what I see?

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    Yes I can Moosey, it gets darker!!

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    Moosey I definitely see something It's faint but Its there!

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