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BFP and faint positives
Hi everyone, when my period was due I tested with ovulation and pregnancy tests. I got two BFPs on both . I used afternoon urine.

That was two weeks ago . Ever since, I continued testing on both tests and got a lot positives both on HPT and OPK ... it was already surprising that i got positive ovulation test because after 1 month using it daily I never even once got a positive ovulation test.

But this week I start getting faint positive on HPT . And when i tested using clearblue digital because i want to know how far along i am, it said Not pregnant. I am very gutted because i really want this baby.

I still get faint positives from opk and opk has been giving me positives for 2 weeks in a row. I test every other day and so .

I dont want to see the doctor yet because i feel gutted with the digital clear blue result because i thought it is the most precise. And Strip test gives me faint positive now .. :(

Has anyone else experience this ?
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I personally found ovulation test strips to be very reactive and not at all accurate.  I would stop testing with those as I don't think they are telling you anything.  If you have HCG in your system, they could be reacting to that.  and if you are pregnant, the you have HCG. :>)  If you are getting positive pregnancy tests, then you are pregnant most likely.  Those are accurate and do not give false positives when used correctly but in very rare situations.  So, I'd say you are pregnant if you have positive pregnancy tests.  Make sure you read it correctly though.  If you let it sit, you'll get a second line due to evaporation so the test has to be read within the time frame the test instructions give you.  If you have a positive within that parameter, call your doctor to set up an appointment.  Most Ob's don't see you until you are 8 or 9 weeks along but you set up the appointment now.  Good luck sweetie and congrats if you are preggers!
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