Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test Result?

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  1. Lover

    Lover Mummy to Leo & Rosalie

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    If I'm 4+3 would the test say 1-2 weeks or 2-3 weeks?

    Thanks!
     
  2. prgirl_cesca

    prgirl_cesca Well-Known Member

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    It can say either and it still be valid. I tested at 4+2 for the first time and got a 2-3 though. But don't worry too much if its only 1-2 as different women have different levels of HCG.
     
  3. AP

    AP Well-Known Member
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    It can say either hun, everyones different
     
  4. Mummy2Angel.

    Mummy2Angel. Mason & Max's Mummy

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    Could be either hun, i got my 1-2 at 4 weeks exactly, got 2-3 at 4w+5 days, i might have got it sooner but didnt test sooner x
     
  5. SPN1304

    SPN1304 new mummy to baby boy :-)

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    I think like has been already mentioned levels can differ woman to woman. Last week when I was 4 weeks I got 2-3 weeks twice.
     
  6. Lover

    Lover Mummy to Leo & Rosalie

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    Well with my first pregnancy (had MMC) it said 1-2 weeks and with this one it says 2-3 weeks. Hopefully that's a good sign, I must have more HCG this time or something?

    Thanks ladies xx
     
  7. Tadan

    Tadan Well-Known Member

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    It adds on 2 weeks, as it goes from when you concieved. Actually you could be either as you're in the middle. I would wait until your 5 weeks then it should say 2-3, remember you could have caught a few days later than first thought.
     
  8. Gemie

    Gemie Mum to 3

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    These are the HCG levels the test work to... as you can see they vary drastically.

    <25 = Not pregnant
    25-200 = 1-2
    200-2000 = 2-3
    2000+ = 3+
     
  9. Ang3l

    Ang3l Pregnant after loss

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    Like the others say it really could be either as your sort of inbetween. Either way its a positive so congratulations :)
     
  10. HippyMumma23

    HippyMumma23 Well-Known Member

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    I got 2-3 at 3 weeks 6 days. But I ovulate early, so this was expected. I wouldnt have even been surprised if it had said 3+ the way I was feeling!

    Everyone IS different, and it does depend on when you ovulate so dont panic. :)
     
  11. Izzywotnot

    Izzywotnot Mummy of 1

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    So if I got 3+ today and I think I'm only 4+5 am I perhaps further along than I thought?

    Or *gulp* could it be twins?
     
  12. Lucy0945

    Lucy0945 Well-Known Member

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    I got 1-2 at 4+3 and 2-3 at 4+4. Waited a week (5+4) at got my 3+.
     
  13. Lover

    Lover Mummy to Leo & Rosalie

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    It could be either I guess :D
     
  14. mislaww

    mislaww Lizzie's Mommy!

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    I got 2-3 at 4+5, and my beta tests showed I had low, almost but not quite scary low hcg. Baby's fine so far though and has a nice heartbeat. At 4+3, you could easily get 1-2 weeks without worrying, I think.

    Izzy, if you got 3+, you're right, either is possible! But it could just be that you have high hcg.
     

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