works with sprite to i did that last year i was happy just to see that the dang test worked
Well that's what I was wondering, if sprite had an effect on it too...Is it the carbonation I wonder? I think just water is best in the 2ww...Until someone can explain this better to is TTC'ers and how it affects testing..I will google it and see if I come up with anything informative.
And congrats on your new addition!!! Can you say cutie pie?!?! Congrats!
i was thinking that when we tried but i could never found anything about thank you she is joy and a blessing
Heck..I guess scrutinizing over hpt's might be out this cycle...I think since I chart I may just wait until I have 18 high temps and know that my LP length is over..How can a girl take her hpt seriously after finding this out? (sighs)
OUCH I never knew that but can say i dont drink soda unless i need to burp due to indigestion I sometimes get like once every month or so and when i do its gingerale.But this is scary and NOT to judge BUT if ladies who are TTC drink THAT much soda then thats NOT good
I was thinking the same thing! I occasionally drink Diet Coke but I cut it out of my diet a couple months before TTC, and than don't touch it at all.
I did test out some of the same cheapies on Sprite and they all turned very positive. Before I found out I was pregnant I drank Sprite all the time and never got a false positive from it. I'm thinking it's the carbonation that triggers the tests to turn positive and that, of course, is filtered out of your body by the time you use the potty. lol
Ok ladies, the test turns positive when you dip in in the soda, not when you drink loads of soda. It does not pass into the urine so there is no need to worry about getting false positives from drinking certain beverages.
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