Hello! I'm really new and wondered if anyone could help. I'm 39 dpo, have missed a period by 2 weeks. I did a Tesco chapie test which came back negative (I thought) but when I threw it away a day later there was a faint pink line! could this mean Im pregnant? Has anyone else had problems with Tesco tests?
Thanks guys! did a retest this afternoon which came up with a very very faint line but am going to do a clearblue first response in the morning. Finger crossed!!! If i dont get a Bfp where on earth has my period gone LOL!! xx
I'm not a fan of tesco tests as I don't think they're sensitive enough. My friend got pregnant with and has 3 bfp's from other brands but when she tested a week layer with a tesco test it was completely negative... So she did another one - she was devastated because she had had 3 miscarriages before all in the early stages, then she retested with cb didital and it came back positive almost immediately!!
Id get an early response one just to be sure best of luck! X
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