I want to get my hands on a few of the cheaper POAS so I can do some testing during the wait.
Where is the best place online to buy them from?
The first response ones at the chemist get a bit expensive if you are using them every day!
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13-01-2015 13:02 #1
Best place to get POAS from?
13-01-2015 13:36 #2
You can buy really cheap ones on ebay. I think I paid something like $3 for 20 tests. However, they're nowhere near as sensitive as a FRER. I got the faintest faintest squintiest bfp on an internet cheapie 2 days before af was due. DH couldn't see it. My FRER came up dark straight away and my clearblue digital have me 1-2.
So testing early with the internet cheapies could just lead to early and unnecessary disappointment.
13-01-2015 16:58 #3
Pregnancyshop.com.au or ebay. I've bought from both. The pregnancy shop ones are a little bit more expensive, but still way cheaper than buying the name brand ones from the shops. I've never had a BFP after 18+months so I can't necessarily say to their effectiveness, but they've certainly saved me a fortune on buying First Response.
14-01-2015 22:42 #4
14-01-2015 22:48 #5
Chèmist warehouse often have a special on FRER where you can get three packs for $10. I used to stock up and buy three boxes every time they had that sale.
14-01-2015 22:49 #6
The 3x packs were $10 each, I meant. That wasn't very clear, lol.
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Ebay from the seller "fertilitytofamily"
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05-02-2015 08:07 #8
Just thought I'd let people know that chemist warehouse have FRER on sale at the moment for $10.99 for a 3 pack.
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