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A great web page for info on Home Pregnancy Tests
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phoenixfire76 posted:
I found this website awhile back and thought it was one of the best for ALL the info you would ever want to know about HPTs and then some.

It covers when to take them. How take them. Which ones are more reliable. And why you may be getting negative tests. It even covers faint positive lines and has pictures of examples.

So if you have a question(s) about you HPT result(s) go here. Hopefully it will help you answer you question(s). If still in doubt after you can always ask a Dr.

Best of Luck.
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jjh620 responded:
Phoenixfire76,

You seem pretty knowledgeable in this department. I would love to get an opinion from someone who will just give me an honest opinion.

My cycles last at the most 31 days. That means I should have at the latest got AF on Sunday. I supposedly ovulated somewhere feb 18-21. My husband and I had sex the 14th and 20th of that week. I have been cramping like I am going to get my period for a week and a half (normally only happens a day or two before). I have been extremely tired during the day and night. I took a HPT this morning and it was neg. (EPT digital).

What is your opinion? Did I wait long enough to test?
 
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phoenixfire76 replied to jjh620's response:
Well you can either try re-test in 2-5 days with 1st morning urine or, if you can, see a Dr. and ask for a blood test.

Best of Luck.


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