I had 1 FRER (first response early result) left and i took it this morning and it's neg. not even a hint of a line. and still no AF or sign of AF, could that just have been a fluke? I'm so confused. How can i get a clear positive on a fact plus and a neg on an FRER? I sure hope this isn't a sign that i lost this one...but i have no bleeding (not even spotting) and no off the wall cramping. I have a little bit, but it feels just like the first few weeks with Eli. My body is telling me one thing and my pee is telling me another
I have ic's (internet cheapies) coming in the mail...thought i don't know when i'll be getting those. i paid for priority 2day shipping, but i don't know when they'll be mailed out.
I have put a message in to my midwife to get an order for a blood test. We'll see when they get back to m e.
I'm so nervous waiting for them to call me back, i'm worrying myself sick.
i just got a message from the nurse practitioner..(
i messaged her online as well as calling) and she said "I can order a urine pregnancy test, not the beta hcg and if it is negative here, then your provider can consider ordering a beta hcg if it is indicated."
Last edited by LovePinkGotBlue; 06-06-2008 at 12:34 PM.
I'm not sure, we just got this insurance (kaiser) and i haven't seen a doctor with them yet. so i have no idea how they do things.
all iknow, is it's only $5 lol
ugh!!! i don't want to wait LOL hopefully i'll get my internet cheapies in the mail today lol
no. i took it last night at 9pm. I only held it for 2hours. i guess i figured i was a day late, and it should show up no matter what. maybe i was wrong...
try to stay calm then. Only a day late doesn't even always show up on a test lol....If your internet cheapies come today try holding your urine for 3 hours and try one...if not, try a new test tomorrow morning first urine. I think even a m/c wouldn't have registered blazing positive one day and negative the next so you're probably just fine
i got a message saying they were shipped yesterday . so i'll probably get the tests tomorrow.