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    jon3brn posted:
    I took a pg test this morning at 6am and it came out with two lines, meaning i was pregnant. Then my friend instructed me to take those tests that say pregnant or not pregnant. bought a box with three tests, used all three.....all came out PREGNANT!!! I am going to pee on one more in the morning to have an even number of 6 tests, then line them up and take a picture of it. I had my blood drawn late this morning, but I will not get the results until Monday, but my REs office should have received the information today. So fingers crossed (xxxxx) they call me tomorrow and let me know because they have pre-scheduled appts over the weekend so they are open.
    mwhite80 responded:
    Best of luck, sounds like you are pregnant. Also it doesnt matter if the test is the digital one or the one with 2 lines, neither is more accurate, just easier to read.
    jon3brn replied to mwhite80's response:
    Me(28) and DH(28), Married and TTC since April 2008, 3 rounds of clomid no success, 6 month break, Jan and Feb 2012 cancelled cycles due to cysts, Mar. cycle IUIs 3/2-3/3, testing 3/17. BFP!!!!

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