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Old Nov 6th, 2017, 16:13 PM   11
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I used two of these and the blue positive line wasnt there i chucked them in the draw and checked them the next day and they were blue positive lines. It took ages for it to clear and dry they arent very reliable to pick up an early bfp the early detection ones are better. x



 
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Old Nov 6th, 2017, 21:13 PM   12
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I agree with the pp... try a pink dye test in a day or two. Good luck!



 
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Old Nov 6th, 2017, 21:19 PM   13
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Still hang onto hope, but for now I don't see anything. I always use the first response early result tests- they are by far the most sensitive. Most have a sensitivity of 20-25 (including clear blue I believe ) but the frer is 6-7. Good luck



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Old Nov 7th, 2017, 02:00 AM   14
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I have a luteal phase of 13 days and my temp usually drops the day before period and it is still consistent I'm not going to test til my missed af now though



 
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Old Nov 7th, 2017, 06:59 AM   15
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Still hang onto hope, but for now I don't see anything. I always use the first response early result tests- they are by far the most sensitive. Most have a sensitivity of 20-25 (including clear blue I believe ) but the frer is 6-7. Good luck
Doesn't this depend on the country? Here in the UK FRER is said to be 12mIU, it's only the curved FRER in the US that I heard was 6.5mIU? They aren't hugely open with their sensitivity though, they don't print it on the leaflets like the other tests seem to



 
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Old Nov 7th, 2017, 11:30 AM   16
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Still hang onto hope, but for now I don't see anything. I always use the first response early result tests- they are by far the most sensitive. Most have a sensitivity of 20-25 (including clear blue I believe ) but the frer is 6-7. Good luck
Doesn't this depend on the country? Here in the UK FRER is said to be 12mIU, it's only the curved FRER in the US that I heard was 6.5mIU? They aren't hugely open with their sensitivity though, they don't print it on the leaflets like the other tests seem to
This is what I was trying to find out the other day!



 
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Old Nov 7th, 2017, 11:53 AM   17
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Good luck hope you get your

I find pink dye tests much better than blue, and now where possible only use pink



 
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Old Nov 8th, 2017, 08:00 AM   18
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Still hang onto hope, but for now I don't see anything. I always use the first response early result tests- they are by far the most sensitive. Most have a sensitivity of 20-25 (including clear blue I believe ) but the frer is 6-7. Good luck
Doesn't this depend on the country? Here in the UK FRER is said to be 12mIU, it's only the curved FRER in the US that I heard was 6.5mIU? They aren't hugely open with their sensitivity though, they don't print it on the leaflets like the other tests seem to
This is what I was trying to find out the other day!
According to what I find on Google (and I have Googled the F out of this lol!), our FRERs here in the UK, that is the early kind (6 days sooner, and not the curved type) are 12.5mIU. CB Plus is 25mIU, CB early detection 10mIU, One Step ICs and Cassanovum ICs also 10mIU, CB digi with weeks indicator 25mIU, CB early digital is also 25mIU so don't be fooled by this marketing scam!
In the US it's different. I don't know about their version of CB, but their FRER is the curved type mostly and is said to be 6.5mIU. I don't know about their flat type FRER, whether it's the same as the curved, but the curved has an awful reputation as it's always giving false lines since it's capable of detecting lower levels than 6.5mIU (as if this isn't low enough already!), because some women have baseline hCG levels of up to 5, this is why there are so many false positives on these



 
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Old Nov 8th, 2017, 12:22 PM   19
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I thought the Cb weeks indicator was 50?thanks for that info though!!



 
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