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    But how can it be possible?? The lines are triggered by hcg.
    Unless you both had very early mc? Or the crystal clear picked up a lower level of hcg than FR. Not meaning to sound disrespectful. I have had very early mc. Enough hcg to trigger the line, but not a viable embryo.

    I'll bow out though.
    I just can't see how it is possible.

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    I'll never use a blue dye test again as I have gotten so many false positives it's not funny. I have gotten a false positive on a clearblue just recently (there's a photo of it in my ttc diary, it's clearly a blue line). I'm not sure why it happens on blue dye tests, but it does happen. I use IC tests and FRER, although I had my first evap/shadow line on a FRER test just last month.

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    Thanks everyone. I wasn't sure what to think of it but deep down didn't think it would have been the case that I was. Maybe just wishful thinking. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyblu11 View Post
    I'll never use a blue dye test again as I have gotten so many false positives it's not funny. I have gotten a false positive on a clearblue just recently (there's a photo of it in my ttc diary, it's clearly a blue line). I'm not sure why it happens on blue dye tests, but it does happen.
    Yep. My Crystal Clear back in 2010 looked like delirium's, and although I didn't know it at the time it was 100% impossible for me to be pregnant. But the negative FRERs were a give-away anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moongazer View Post
    But how can it be possible?? The lines are triggered by hcg.
    Unless you both had very early mc? Or the crystal clear picked up a lower level of hcg than FR. Not meaning to sound disrespectful. I have had very early mc. Enough hcg to trigger the line, but not a viable embryo.

    I'll bow out though.
    I just can't see how it is possible.
    If the test is faulty it's possible that the dye is triggered by something else


 

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