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564311 tn?1219009332

1 Positive 2 Neg

Hi all! I've had a rough TTC journey but now there is a little hope. Sorta? Earlier this month I had my first positive ovulation test. I have went through like 3 or 4 now and all were negatives, until this month! :D I was very excited to say the least. Yesterday I was supposed to have started my period. Needless to say I didnt. I had an extra HPT laying around so I was like why not? It was positive!!!! It was kinda faint, pink not purple but still a POSITIVE! I was overjoyed. My husband didnt believe it so he bought me 2 more hpts but they were not the same brand as the first. The new ones were clear blue. I took one later that night and BFN, and then one this morning, bfn! So now im kinda crushed but I want to stay hopefull! But at the same time I dont want to get my hopes up, just to fall down so hard like before... So what do you think?
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178239 tn?1277405491
It is possible that the first one was more sensitive than the others. I would buy an frer and test again. If it is neg, I'd say the 1st one was a false pos or it was a chemical pg. If is bfp, the cbe's weren't as sensitive. Good luck!
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501096 tn?1320874932
Strangely enough, different tests seem to work better for different people.  Wait a couple of days and try another test (maybe the 1st kind again).  Remember, don't look at the results past the time limit in the instructions--you might see an evaporation line and think it's a BFP.  Hope it turns out well for you.
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