There are 2 types of blood tests, one will tell you exact amount of hcg and the other will just be a yes or no test that only detects positive after hcg is like a 20 or over, I would ask you doc which one he took, those tests are for sure bfp
If you had a quant done, anything below a 5 or 6 depending on the lab, will be considered negative. Since a lot of pregnancy tests measure very low numbers of HCG it is possible to get a bfp on a pregnancy test with only a quant of 5 or 6. And since a 5 or 6 are considered negative even though you are most likely pregnant, they will report it as negative. I bet if you went tomorrow it would be above the baseline. And since everyone has to start somewhere looks like you re on your way!! fx!!
So. I CAVED as you ALL knew I would!! I took a digi this morn. Drover to asda at 6.55am, it opens at 7 lmao! - "PREGNANT 1-2!" So I am indeed pregnant! Now WHERE are those STUPID DOCTORS!?!?!?! Thankyou so much for convincing me to take one everyone!!! Will post a pic when my phone charges up!
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