Waiting And Wondering About Dollar Tree HPTs

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etaylor - February 7

Hi, I posted here before about never getting my period and not having any symptoms of af or pregnancy. Well, af still has not shown, and the first day of my last period was Dec. 21. Now I have been having some very mild cramping that is coming and going about every 2-3 days and lasts for about 1-2hrs. Sometimes during the cramping, I feel very light nausea (the kind of nausea you get when you are having terrible cramps during af). I was reading some other posts about different kinds of hpts, which made me start to wonder if the hpts that I have been using are sensitive. I have only been using the Dollar Tree tests because they are cheap. Does anyone know if those are any good are not? Should I get a more expensive brand?

 

snickelfritz - February 7

They have been known to give people positives before several other brands. I think they're pretty sensitive and reliable.

 

kvilendrer - February 7

I used the dollar tree test when I was 3 days late, and I got a faint positive (though definitely dark enough to see). For me, they were very good! I use them because it's so much cheaper to spend $1 on a test rather than $8 or $9. Good luck! I hope you get an answer soon.

 

jessicaspatherapist - February 7

i got my bfp with a dollar tree on 9dpo and had a faint postive at only 8dpo! they are very sensitive, but don't read the test after 10 minutes they are famous for evaporation lines!

 

LIN - February 7

Dollar Tree tests are some of the most sensitive ones you can buy, despite their price.

 

etaylor - February 7

Thanks, I am kind of hoping that I am pregnant. I am getting impatient to know whether I am or not. I wish af would come if I'm not. This wondering is driving me insane!

 

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