My period is now 3days late...so i went to out local NHS walk in Centre to get a pregnancy test done...she went away and did it telling me it was a ...however i still could be pregnant as it is too soon to tell?...
I thought by now they would be able to tell if i am...i remember with Divante it showed a couple of days after i missed my period...im not sure which tests they use...im assuming the cheapo ones...but surely they could tell by now?
Those ones they use at the docs arnt sensitive at all, and some women dont get a + till 2 weeks past when af is due. I would grab a frer if you can a give it a go yourself. Fingers crossed for you hun!xxx
There is a chance u are pregnant. I used a clear blue digi test 5 days BEFORE my missed period, and i got a BFP. Then went to my doctors the week after and they said it was a BFN. It took them a further week to pick up my levels that I was pregnant.
Buy urself a clear blue digi, u cant go wrong with them. If ur levels are above 25 i will come up as BFP as anything about 25 is a positive. And as long as they double every 48 hours ur flyin
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