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#1 of 3 Old 02-18-2003, 11:28 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello! I have a few questions...

So far, I'm 14 dpo...and all testing has been BFN. I'm thinking my pg. symptoms are "in my head". Last time I was pg (but m/c 2 months ago) I tested positive 2 days before this time. And now...no luck yet!

Is it normal for one pg to be so different from the other? Can I still be hopeful? Are the test sticks jinxed? (cbe, fr..etc)

Also, is it possible that my urine is so diluted in the morning that the hcg hormone isn't being picked up?

How many of you don't have positives until days after AF is late?

Thanks for listening. Abylite
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Yes, it is normal for two PGs to be very different from each other. You still have hope.
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My pg symptoms were a bit different with both pregnancies. As for testing, I was always pretty regular and if I tested before the day my period was due I would get a negative. With my first I tested Saturday night and got nothing. I tested again Monday morning and got a clear positive. It's amazing the difference a day or two makes.
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