First Response

6 Replies
Sam - May 26

I took a first response test this morning, and got a light second line (positive). I"m trying not to get my hopes up too much since I've read a lot of negative comments about that particular brand. I'm going into the doctor today, but they may not be able to get me the blood test results by tomorrow, in time for the long weekend. Should I trust the First Response? I really have no other symptoms that I can pinpoint. I do feel "different" but that could be in my head, I guess. I spotted brown from Saturday to Wednesday. It was not a normal AF, so I'm thinking it could be implantation bleeding? Any advice or opinions?

 

erica - May 26

Sam, Where are you located? Is there a $Dollar Tree Store near you. If there is go buy yourself a test (New choice) there very accurate. I really think youre pregnant. With the spotting you mention you can't be wrong. Trust your instinct. Good luck. Keep us posted.

 

Dominique - May 26

I would suggest that you get EPT (Error Proof Test). It worked for me the last time I was pregnant. I took both tests and they were both positive. I suggest you ALWAYS Get a pack with 2 or more tests so that you can be sure of your results. Good Luck and best wishes

 

erin - May 26

www.peeonastick.com It has reviews about all the different brands, as well as pictures of positives.

 

Lynn - May 26

I used first response and got a faint positive. Went for a blood test and it was positive! Good luck!

 

JN - May 26

Sam you asked a great question, I too did the early response test this morning and got a second faint pink line, I check out the site that erin described and saw that it was completly normal for the test to be like that....i am going to retest again though-to be sure, but I feel confident!

 

Sam - May 26

Thanks for the good info. I will go to the Dollar Tree if I run out of these First Response ones. I'm worried that doc's will come out neg, maybe because the test was wrong, or because this a.m. was FMU, and today I drank a bunch of water and it could be diluted? Off to the doc I go...

 

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