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Originally Posted by Milkymommi
Rule of thumb is the timing. However that isn't always accurate because I know several people who got true positives after looking at a test that had appeared negative after many hours only to find that faint little line. My friend just this week had that happen to her.
|You can't use the same urine sample for two tests. The negative is probably wrong. My sister did that (dipped more than one test in the same urine sample) and the first positive but all the rest were negative.|
Originally Posted by Heavenly
You can't use the same urine sample for two tests. The negative is probably wrong. My sister did that (dipped more than one test in the same urine sample) and the first positive but all the rest were negative. My neice is 6.5 now. Try the more sensitive brand with a fresh urine sample.
Originally Posted by Citizenfong
Another possibility is that the first, supposedly less sensitive test, is actually MORE sensitive than the second one you bought.
What I've read is that some tests are marked to be sensitive to, say 100mIU, but will often pick up hCg in smaller quantities. I guess they are maybe only *consistant* at the 100mIU level, or for whatever reason the company does not choose to market them as more sensitive.
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