ok..so im about 10dpo i took a superdrug early pregnancy test this afternoon after holding in my wee for 4 hours, a bfp started developing at about 2 mins and looked like how it does in the pic by 4 mins.
anyway i took the other one again after holding in my wee about 4 hours..and nothing, a bfn!..i have had this happen before, a couple times being not pregnant, last time i was though, i lost the baby 8 weeks ago, at 9 weeks pregnant unfortunately. anyway i attached the pic. anyone else had this problem with superdrug, i thought the second one would have least had a hint of something ? thanks xx
it does look very positive i know, i had a very faint line on a tesco test yesterday thats what made me go out and get this one, then the bfn afterwards just threw me off again because i waited the same amount of time to pee for each one.
maybe its because the first one i didnt have much to drink and i ate in the 4 hours before and the second one i just had alot of drinks in the 4 hours before, so the wee was more diluted?..i dont know..im trying to not look into it too much.
i have had a superdrug bfp followed by a bfn before and wasnt pregnant, but also had the same with early frer, bfp followed by bfn in the same day and next day i took 2 answer tests(which are not early) within an hour of each and both dark bfps and was preg...soo dont try to rationalize why its happening anymore..thanks for replys xx
yup, definately will be testing tomoz, im so impatient, but im not holding any hopes out, it has happened before and with the superdrugs, and the positive that time was tad darker than this, but nothing ever came of it. its just so frustrating, why does it always happen to me..when i see a positive now, it means nothing, just that i will have to take a ton more tests to confirm. thanks for replys. xx
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