Please help me!

(9 Posts)
LaniB Tue 24-Sep-19 15:38:34

So i am 2 days after from my blood test after my iui 14 days ago. Now i know they say dont do at home pregnancy tests but i just couldnt help myself. I done one this morning and it was barely visible, then i done another about 2 hours later to me the line was slightly more visible but still it was barely there. I done a digital test and it said not pregnant. Im wondering if there just wasnt enough hcg all test were clear blue. Please help me im going crazy about it.

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LaniB Tue 24-Sep-19 15:52:38

Sorry i have 2 days until my blood test

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Ilikesweetpeas Tue 24-Sep-19 15:58:41

Oh it’s so hard isn’t it? You look for every hopeful sign. Please try to wait. You will drive yourself crazy testing early. Good luck to you, I hope it’s positive flowers

Persipan Tue 24-Sep-19 16:14:27

Digital tests are crap. If you want to do a home test and you're definitely far enough away from any trigger shot to have it out of your system, then use a FRER. Fingers crossed for you!

LaniB Tue 24-Sep-19 17:04:37

Couldnt post the pictures here so had to post on another forum just to get opinions have a look please and help us. Thanks

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mypuddin Tue 24-Sep-19 17:15:51

From bitter experience of those tests I've had plenty of very faint lines like that that have ended up negative. It's still early though so don't get disheartened. Try not to test again for a couple of days, or if you really can't resist buy a pink dye test.

LaniB Tue 24-Sep-19 17:37:32

Thanks guys we are trying to be really hopeful but at the same time mindful that it maybe a negitive have our app on thursday will maybe try a frer tomorrow just to see.

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HJWT Tue 24-Sep-19 18:48:39

@LaniB id try a FRER with FMU! I don't trust blue dye tests xx

LaniB Fri 27-Sep-19 20:59:21

Thanks @HJWT i tried a frer they worked so much better. Unfortunately it confirmed what the clear blue had said it was a BFN but starting round two straight away as AF appeared day of blood test.

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