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post #141 of 174
A happy ending!!!!!!!!!!!! YAY !!!!!!

Congrats X 100 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
post #142 of 174
Now that is one bea-u-ti-ful line!

: : : :
post #143 of 174
Thread Starter 
Did a CVS digi test = not pregnant. But I think the digi test is less sensitive. It says compare to EPT Certainty, which is a 50? So it's possible it's too early for a digi test.

I'll retest in the morning.
post #144 of 174
You gonna retest with a digital or stick?

Jenn
post #145 of 174
what an emotional rollercoaster
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Thread Starter 
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You gonna retest with a digital or stick?

Jenn
The stick. I got a box of three of three non-digi sticks, and a box of two digitals. I'll try the non-digi stick with FMU.
post #147 of 174
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The stick. I got a box of three of three non-digi sticks, and a box of two digitals. I'll try the non-digi stick with FMU.
Why not both? :
post #148 of 174
You are *SOOOOOOOO* totally pregnant!!!!

Yaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyy!
post #149 of 174
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Why not both? :

Exactly. I think this calls for peeing in a cup!!!

CONGRATULATIONS BY THE WAY!!
post #150 of 174
Havent been here long, but wanted to say a big CONGRATS!!!!!!!! :

Can't wait to see the same thing myself!!!
post #151 of 174
YAYYY!!!! I've been following your thread the past few days. I'm soooo excited for you!!

Can't wait to see the positive digital manana!
post #152 of 174
You should get one of those super cheapo dollar tests. They detect at 20 hcg.
post #153 of 174
WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!

You're totally knocked up! YAY!
post #154 of 174
: Congrats mama, I see that line.
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You should get one of those super cheapo dollar tests. They detect at 20 hcg.
I agree.
post #155 of 174
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Originally Posted by North_Of_60 View Post
Did a CVS digi test = not pregnant. But I think the digi test is less sensitive. It says compare to EPT Certainty, which is a 50? So it's possible it's too early for a digi test.

I'll retest in the morning.
A Clear Blue digital gave me a positive result at only 10 DPO last time. When even Dollar Store tests were sketchy at best..
post #156 of 174
OK, I gotta know now too. Give me your address, I'll mail you a couple of clinic strength preg tests. 3 minutes and you'll have results!

Hope you have an answer soon!!!
post #157 of 174
Congrads!!!!
post #158 of 174
It's 8:20 am here. tick-tock-tick-tock! I'm waiting patiently...well, as patiently as I can.
post #159 of 174
Thread Starter 
I am never peeing on a stick again. : Another negative this morning. WTF is going on? I thought false positives, as in following the directions and checking within the time limit, were rare?
post #160 of 174
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You're never going to freaking believe this. *hyperventilating* *breath* *BREATH*

So I have some weird spotting for two days, no AF. I decided to indulge my POAS addiction, and went down to CVS for some cheapo tests. I just peed on a stick, well, dipped it, and I see a freaking line!!! : Like, a REAL line. And, IT WAS IN THE TIME LIMIT.

But, it's light. But, it came up right away. And now it's getting darker, even though it's now over the time limit. Took the test about 20 minutes ago, if that. It's a thick line, too. Not a thin one like the first response one.

I'm freaking OUT.

So I'm going back to get a digital. How long should I hold it for? If I can squirt out a drop or two, will that be enough? I seriously don't know if I can make it that long. I'm FREAKING OUT!
YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congratulations!!!!
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