Post # 1
I had negatives on days 1-4dp5dt am, got a faint positive 4dp5dt pm and they continued to stay faint until 6dp5dt pm (am was slightly positive). Here are the pics of the FRERs, but I also have 10+ positive cheapies and a faint positive clearblue from that timeframe as well. Obviously these have all dried but the lines were there within the time frame on the positive ones.
Post # 2
To be honest bee, I don’t see lines strong enough on any of those that I’d call a positive, especially given the number that you took. Looks like the one possibly faint “positive” might be an indent to me. I’m sorry!
Post # 3
Edited after seeing post history of OP. I’m not familiar with the IVF process. I’m sorry, Bee, but I’d say those tests are all negative.
Post # 4
I dont see any positives…
But as a side note, where do you buy you’re FRERs? Are they not crazy expensive where you buy them? If you get a deal if love to know where so I can stop buying the cheapies.
Post # 5
For what it’s worth, I found the cheapies to be way better than FRERs. Got my first faint positive on a cheapie a full 24 hours before anything popped on a FRER! Pregmates are my fave.
Post # 6
my cheapies were much stronger than these! I just deleted the pics because I was obsessing over them lol
Post # 7
can you post a picture of your cheapies? I don’t see anything on your frers unfortunately. There is possibly an indent line on your 4-5dpt tests, which is similar to the indent I had on my feb failed cycle. The line didn’t have pink colour to it and I’m not seeing pink in yours. It seems the quality of frers has been going downhill latey.
You’ve had fresh transfers both times, what about considering pgs testing the embryos in case it’s an embryo problem?
Post # 8
I don’t see any second line on any of those, sorry.