hello Ladies.maybe you can help me out with this.for 2 months i didnt had period, my period was allways on 'time' we ve been trying for our first baby and i took the clearblue digital test twice and it showes me that i m not pregant.i also around 3 times i got the morning sicknes too..what do u ladies suggest me please?as i said i am new to all thiss joy. many thanks in advance
When did you actually test? You can get false results on pregnancy tests if you wee too much/little onto the stick, if you eat or drink prior to testing, if the test is out of date.
You can also have 'phantom pregnancies' where your body picks up on your desire to be pregnant & can 'mimic' all the symptoms without you actually being pregnant.
If you still think you might be, contact your Dr who can test for pregnancy hormones within your blood. It'll give you a definite answer & your Dr can then help from there.
hello ladies! i done a clearblue digital test yesterday and got BFP 2-3 weeks! that time i had done it 3 days before period due. i am so happy but worried at the same time that it could be wrong but i do have a doctors appointment on the 18th to confirm. i really hope i am pregnant though!
The Clearblue digital was the best test I used. After being late for nearly two weeks and using a test from Poundland (which was repeatedly negative) I decided to invest in a digital Clearblue. I just knew I was pregnant. And sure as anything, it showed up as 2-3 weeks.
I am now 14 weeks in and have even seen the baby via ultrasound. It's growing nicely.
I would highly recommend the Clearblue Digital as it's one of the most sensitive tests on the market. My understaning is that you can often get a false negative, but you will not get a false positive as you have to have the pregnancy hormone HGC in your system to test positive. You wouldn't have this hormone unless you were pregnant.
But I tested negative 5 times before getting the positive result. My doctor was useless and told me that as I had tested several times I clearly wasn't pregnant and was probably just missing a period as this happens occassionally. He told me to come back if I hadn't had a period in 3-4 months. And this was despite me being 35 years old!
I was so astounded at his advice that I went and researched reasons for false negatives and found out that generally speaking the cheaper tests need higher levels of the pregnancy hormone before they can identify that you are pregnant. I tested this theory by testing again with a £1 test when I was 6 weeks and sure as anything it came up positive. Whereas the Clearblue Digital was able to tell me three weeks earlier.
Hope this helps.