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Posted 03 December 2012 - 06:10 AM
Hi ladies. I'm a bit confused with the results of a clear blue digital test I did this morning. I'm 11dpo, which was confirmed by my FS by ultrasound just before I O'ed. I did the clear blue digi test this morning and it has come up Pregnant 2-3. Now I know that it can't be more than 11 days since conception, so maybe my hcg levels are really high? Has anyone ever had a result like that before? Or has anyone had high hcg levels? I dreamt of twins last night... Could twins explain it?
Posted 03 December 2012 - 06:15 AM
Congrats on your .
No i dont think my levels were high at all, if anything relatively normal, sorry!
Its possible the clear blue is out by a couple of days, its no big deal. A blood test is accurate, try that if you're worried. I wouldnt be worried its twins, good luck.
Posted 03 December 2012 - 06:55 AM
The picture in the ad for those tests confuses me. In the picture it says 2 to 3 weeks. I always though that you ovulated at around 2 weeks so how can the test give that result. Perhaps they are going by date of conception. I would just go by the first day of your last period rather than rely on what the test says.
Posted 03 December 2012 - 08:37 AM
clear blue digital tests calculate from conception. 1-2 means exactly that 1-2 weeks from conception date not from LMP. So 2-3 is 2-3 weeks from conception date(ovulation).
When I did my first digital test this pregnancy it was 1-2 weeks but a few days later when i used the other one i had it came up 2-3 so it just depends on how your HCG is doubling. Best to get a BT to find out levels. Mine at 1-2 weeks was 520 at 15dpo
Good luck and congratulations
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