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Confusion over pregnancy tests!

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Lolly0 Tue 31-Oct-17 23:07:40

Hey all

So I’m very confused over some confounding pregnancy test results. I’ll break down a timeline below.

8th October: 1st day of last AF
roughly 1 week later: ovulated early (not sure why)
28th October: got a very faint positive on a clearblue test!!!! (One of the + or - ones)
29th October: Got another faint, but stronger positive on the same kind of test! Then took a digital one which was negative sad
30th October: got a faint positive on a strip test then 2 negatives later on
31st October: got a stronger positive on a strip test then followed by 2 negative tests at home and 1 negative test at the doctors, who has sent away a blood sample for testing.

What the hell is going on here guys? Why am I getting such confusing results on my tests? I’m really hoping it’s not chemical pregnancy or unviable or all false positives so I’m really worrying about my blood test results because my husband and I were both so happy when we got that first positive test and all the others following. Any insights? X

JoJoSM2 Tue 31-Oct-17 23:28:21

To avoid confusion, you need to test fmu. Best pee in a cup and put the test in + time it as per instructions on the leaflet. Best get a CB digital or a FRER as they’re very reliable.

JoJoSM2 Tue 31-Oct-17 23:30:33

PS the blood test is the best way to establish what’s going on. Good luck!

Lolly0 Tue 31-Oct-17 23:49:51

Hi JoJo

The positive tests have all been fmu.
Also been peeing into a cup :P
Taken a couple of CBD both negative sad same with FRER.
Positive tests have been CB rapid response and just little strip hCG tests I had in my cupboard.
Thank you smile I’m so nervous for my test results

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