so confused, chemical ??

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  1. annie1983

    annie1983 Well-Known Member

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    So, my boobs started killing me yesterday so I decided to do a test.

    Fmu I swear I could see a shadow but decided to count it as negative.

    Did another after holding my pee all day at work, same again a shadow.

    Decided to test again about an hour later and dipped 2 tests (all ic) this time and both came up faint positive within 5 mins.

    Got excited so bought an early predictor from asda and did that and another ic stick a few hours later. Bfn. Tested again this am with fmu held for 8 hours and still bfn !!!!

    I am assuming either those tests were dodgy or im having a chemical ?? Don't know what to think as my opks have been all over the place and I got a dark positive opk on Monday and Tues so we bd thinking I had either failed to ov or was oving again.
     
  2. DobbyForever

    DobbyForever First Time Momma

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    I'm confused. So were all of these tests on the same day or within 24 hours of each other? What brand are you using? What's an early predicter, just a regular early result hpt like frer? I wouldn't count yourself out. Sounds to me like you tested 5 times in 24 hour window with progressing my less concentrated urine. When is AF due?
     
  3. DJMooMoo79

    DJMooMoo79 Well-Known Member

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    I would say stay positive, in early pregnancy the hcg hormones will fluctuate. Maybe the last few times you tested was when it was lower. Wait a day and test again? OR AN HOUR cause im a complete POAS-aholic
     

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