It's true a line is a line even on a dollar tree brand test! As long as you read the test within the time frame allowed then yes. Congrats are in order :-) I had no problem w/dollar tree tests with my 1st two. This time around I got a false negative but that is common with any test. False are not so common. Good Luck and H&H 9 months to you!
Amanda(24) DH(27) DD1(2) DD2(4 months) 3rd babe on the way! EDD 2/17/11 Yellow Team
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Report This| Share this:a line is a line?! even on Dollar tree brand.... omg! ladies!It's true a line is a line even on a dollar tree brand test! As long as you read the test within the time frame allowed then yes. Congrats are in order :-) I had no problem w/dollar tree tests with my 1st two. This time around I got a false negative but that is common with any test. False are not so common. Good Luck and H&H 9 months to you!
I'm glad it worked for so many people but I got a negative with mine (two separate days). So I tried a First Response two days later and got a BFP. I guess my homone level wasn't high enough yet with the dollar ones or mine just didn't work.
That's how i fornd out with my 1st so i used the same test this time and they work i guess cause they all said pregnant for me two (I took like 7 test's) I was so excited that i didn't believe it was true. lol
DS-1/21/09 New Baby (cross your fingers for a girl) EDD probly March 2011 :)
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