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Category: Am I Pregnant?

Asked by patriciarose

Q: My tests ALL turn positive but after more than 10 minutes?

All my old tests from today are now showing as positive, I had my friend take one to see if that is just what they do and hers is still bfn, WHAT DOES IT MEAN?? AF is due tomorrow... I am going nuts!!!

This question was asked May. 7, 2013 6:23pm
Category: Am I Pregnant?

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Answered by taragaby - May. 9, 2013 1:32am
Congratulations!!!

Wishing u a wonderful, safe and happy pregnancy :))

I really thought u were...because of my own experience of the tests taking longer than 10 min..also if it came up +ve right away - that means that the HCG is already quite high :)) (even when using the really sensitive tests, it only comes up right away if there is a good amount of hcg - from my experience)



Answered by patriciarose - May. 8, 2013 12:48pm
UPDATE bought a CVS test and came up positive straight away!!!!

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Answered by patriciarose - May. 8, 2013 9:19am
I will buy some more tests today, AF is due and still nothing I just feel so foolish! all of my gfs say "I think I might be preg" and I tell them they are drama queens, they should go buy a test bc 1 dollar to solve all of their mysteries... apparently not that simple, I am taking all these tests and don't have a clue if I am or not!!!!



Answered by taragaby - May. 8, 2013 4:13am
I have found that for early detection - I had to wait longer than 10 mins ...so I think quite possible BFP - (but a maximum 30 min), especially with the cheaper tests



Answered by patriciarose - May. 7, 2013 8:15pm
Thanks @bkaufma3! I locked my keys in the car at the mall today so I didn't get to buy any more tests. So I will go tomorrow and keep you updated. I wanted to past my pics but it says my image is to large.... does that happen to anyone?




Answered by bkaufma3 - May. 7, 2013 7:13pm
They say not to even look at them after the allotted time frame because of this... if you see a positive obviously it can drive you crazy, even though it may be negative...! keep testing and look within the time frame, maybe get several diff kinds of tests? Good luck!!




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