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(6 Posts)
poas Sat 18-Jun-16 14:37:55

This is definitely bfn in my view. Not used these before but I understand there should be a line closer to the control line for it to be a positive

One step Amazon cheapie

ForTheLoveOfGrace Sat 18-Jun-16 14:40:11

Hi. I used those & yes I agree the lines appear right next to each other.

poas Sat 18-Jun-16 14:51:01

Thanks! I miscarried just under 4 weeks ago so it was highly unlikely anyway.

ForTheLoveOfGrace Sat 18-Jun-16 14:58:59

I'm so sorry to hear this flowersI had two before a successful pregnancy it's utter heartbreaking. Have you also tried the ovulation sticks from Amazon (same type of stick) they worked a treat for me. Good luck & thinking of you.

poas Sat 18-Jun-16 15:31:14

Aw thank you for your kind words, this was my second miscarriage also. After the first one I took a couple of months to recover but this time I've decided to get straight back on the saddle as it were.

I've never tried ovulation sticks as I think they would really confuse me. I usually only take pregnancy tests when I'm late or if I feel I have symptoms but I've been really exhausted and just thought what if! But if I count day 1 of miscarriage bleeding then I'm only cd26 and I usually have 30 day cycle so I knew it was near impossible.

I'm not sure what the sensitivity of these Amazon one steps are, do you know? I think when I bought they had options of 10 and 20 and I selected the 10 ones but it doesn't say it anywhere on the leaflet or packet so who knows.

ForTheLoveOfGrace Sat 18-Jun-16 19:33:00

Very wise I was the same. I got a bit desperate so ended up doing the ovulation sticks but I totally recommend keeping it "as and when you feel like it" as long as possible it can get a bit clinical eh. I don't know the strength but after a few months of using them it really helped me & the line would get darker & darker over about 2-4 days & I new we were at least on the right time to try. We would try before & after those dates too just in case wink.

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