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Can I save first morning wee to test later?

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Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 06:13:37

I want to test today but I am still 4 days before period is due so I would need to test with first morning wee. I need to go and buy an early detection test as I have no tests in the house. Can I save the wee in s clean container to test later or does it need to be fresh? Sorry if saving the wee sounds grim blush

kimlo Thu 06-Oct-16 06:22:45

its fine. If you were droppong a sample in to the doctors to be tested it wouldn't be fresh.

Good luck.

Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 06:45:13

Yes, I thought about the doctors wee tests but then thought that my container would be clean but not medical grade sterile and I wondered if that would affect the wee and its result. I have saved the wee now.
Thanks for the good luck message.

Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 10:54:28

I have tested now, I think it looks positive but the line is faint. It can't be an evap as I checked the line and photographed it within 3 minutes. Anybody else think that this is positive?

snakeinthebrantub Thu 06-Oct-16 10:56:57

That looks like a line to me!

MrsG280516 Thu 06-Oct-16 10:57:15

Yep, that looks like a BFP! Congratulations smile

Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 11:25:52

I'm not sure how DH is going to react. We have a just turned one year old and the mini pill has failed (I took it late a few times and DH was aware). It took us 4 years to conceive our now 1 year old so we thought a couple of late pills wouldn't be a huge risk. I'm sure DH and I will both be thrilled once it has sunk in.

Knittedfrog Thu 06-Oct-16 11:28:39

Congratulations! I can see a line and I never see a line on these threads normally!

Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 11:31:11

Time to start saving for a double pushchair I thinksmile

MadAsABagOfCats Thu 06-Oct-16 11:33:18

Congratulations, I see a line smile

Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 21:06:59

I'm confused now as apparently the blue dye tests are very inaccurate and give a lot of false positives. I'm going to have to wait until tomorrow and buy a pink dye test and retest.

Doublemint Thu 06-Oct-16 21:09:06

That is deffo a positive!!! congratulations! I fell pregnant on the mini pill too when dd1 was 9 months- I'm another 9 months in now and it is brilliant! The first 4 months are a blur and were really hard but it is so worth it

Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 21:34:07

Thanks doublemint. I was convinced it was a positive but then I started reading about blue dye tests being unreliable - especially sainsburys ones (this was a sainsburys one). I did do a pink dye test yesterday with evening wee and it had a very very faint line but I'm not sure if it was an evap as I read it after more than 10 minutes as I got distracted by baby waking. Why is this so hard??

Alb1 Thu 06-Oct-16 21:38:50

summer I did a sainsburys test this morning the same as yours and mine is much fainter so I would say yours is a bfp!

AnchorDownDeepBreath Thu 06-Oct-16 21:39:16

Did you read about false positives somewhere reputable?

My understanding was that false positives are very rare, and that whilst blue dye does run more, that looks like a splodge and obscures the test rather than looking like a positive.

Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 22:02:16

Thanks for the reassurances. I will assume it is a positive for now but will retest tomorrow. I suppose people only post dodgy experiences online.

Summerholsdoingmyheadin Thu 06-Oct-16 22:05:25

On one of the websites it was saying they tested men with the blue tests and got bfp for all of them. Probably not reputable sources confused.

Ilovenannyplum Thu 06-Oct-16 22:05:52

That looks very positive to me grin

Sixisthemagicnumber Thu 13-Oct-16 14:52:08

It is positive nanny and I have name changed now that we are going to add an extra one to the family 😊 I retested with a clear blue early and it was very obviously positive and I am now past my period due date.

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