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louloux Tue 22-May-18 20:57:56

Did a digital pregnancy test today, Asda's own, and it comes with 2 tests that you click into the reader which says yes or no. I did the first one and it said "yes" so to confirm I did the second one which came back as "no". Do you think I'm pregnant? hmm

KimRobs87 Tue 22-May-18 21:25:45

How awful! I wonder if one is more sensitive the the other somehow? They say you can't get a false positive? Try another test tomorrow morning with a frer? Good luck xx

Celebelly Tue 22-May-18 21:32:09

Was it with the same urine?

Zeze247 Tue 22-May-18 21:33:06

Test first thing tomorrow morning

littleneepo Tue 22-May-18 21:35:49

In early pregnancy your pee gets more concentrated the longer it’s in your bladder which is why they normally say to test first thing in the morning. If you did another wee to test again that’s why it might have been negative, or the test stick was faulty.
False positives are pretty rare I believe, test again in the morning would be my advice

louloux Tue 22-May-18 21:38:16

I've read on another thread earlier today that apparently digital tests can be faulty, I really do hope that it's true that you can't get a false positive. I've bought a frer test to do first thing in the morning.

No, it was different urine. About 1 hour apart.

Celebelly Tue 22-May-18 21:39:37

Oh then your second urine probably just wasn't concentrated enough after such a short time. I'd believe the positive!

KimRobs87 Tue 22-May-18 21:40:19

Hopefully that's it! Fingers crossed for tomorrow x

louloux Tue 22-May-18 21:41:02

My partner said the same thing. I really hope that this is the case smile thank you all for replying, i will post the result in the morning!

xLeanne128 Tue 22-May-18 21:41:50

Retest in morning but I think it's because you've done them so close together. A held wee is so much stronger and more concentrated and has more hcg in it where as your one hour hold would be very diluted xx

KimRobs87 Tue 22-May-18 21:47:11

Please do - good luck xx

louloux Tue 22-May-18 21:48:14

Eeek I'm so excited now I've had a glimmer of hope grin I will be devastated if it comes back negative in the morning sad 7 months it has taken to get a positive result!

littleneepo Tue 22-May-18 22:52:16

Will be keeping fingers crossed for you!

Wellthisunexpected Wed 23-May-18 06:28:35

Just retest today. 1 hour isn't enough time to get a positive response so early on.

Rose2887 Wed 23-May-18 06:54:25

Good luck xx

MrsLCW Wed 23-May-18 07:10:25

Good luck this morning!! X

unicorncow Wed 23-May-18 08:28:29

Good luck this morning!

louloux Wed 23-May-18 09:02:22

I messed the test up, I got the window wet and it turned purple from the dye angry got myself a docs appointment for 3pm today, managed to save some of my urine in a tube from first thing so I'm going to take that in, hopefully they will do a frer and a blood test. Thanks for all the good luck messages x

BuntyII Wed 23-May-18 09:13:22

The doctors won't do a FRER or a blood test! They'll just use the dip test, same as the cheapy ones you can buy in Savers or B&M confused

Snipples Wed 23-May-18 09:18:13

Pop to the chemist op and buy a double pack of frers and then gently dip it in the wee and wait. The docs tests aren't as sensitive and they def won't do a blood test.

louloux Wed 23-May-18 09:36:50

Oh I thought they'd do a blood test to be positive! Is there any point in me going then confused

Waitingonasmiley42 Wed 23-May-18 09:44:11

No! Just buy your own frer.

Good luck

xLeanne128 Wed 23-May-18 10:11:40

No point in going to doctors it's a waste of an appointment to be honest they don't wana see proof when you tell them your pregnant and their tests wouldn't pick it up so early! Buy a test and hold your urine for 4hours and test xx

SoyDora Wed 23-May-18 10:13:14

Absolutely no point going to the Dr, they’ll just do their own dip test which is less sensitive than an FRER.

SoyDora Wed 23-May-18 10:13:49

GP’s don’t confirm pregnancy, they take your word for it based on a positive test

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