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December 11th, 2015, 09:06 AM
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I don't have any experience with them, so I'm not sure. I wonder, though, if maybe they are less sensitive than the other one. I know that First Response brand has an "early result" test that's designed to be used up to 6 days before your period, and it's very sensitive, but the line might take up to 10 minutes to show up. They also have a "rapid result" test that is designed to be used on the day of your missed period (or after), and the line is supposed to show up within a minute. But it's less sensitive than the "early result" test. So the name of that one ("very quick") makes me wonder if it's the same way...line comes up quickly, but overall less sensitive and not to be used before a missed period.

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December 11th, 2015, 10:49 AM
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I don't have any experience with them, so I'm not sure. I wonder, though, if maybe they are less sensitive than the other one. I know that First Response brand has an "early result" test that's designed to be used up to 6 days before your period, and it's very sensitive, but the line might take up to 10 minutes to show up. They also have a "rapid result" test that is designed to be used on the day of your missed period (or after), and the line is supposed to show up within a minute. But it's less sensitive than the "early result" test. So the name of that one ("very quick") makes me wonder if it's the same way...line comes up quickly, but overall less sensitive and not to be used before a missed period.

Anyone else know?
Hmm what you said got me thinking Kimberly. Does FRER have a pink box and the rapid result one orange? We have them here but with a different name? Maybe it's the European version? They are called Predictor tests & they are just like you described. Predictor and predictor express. Lol
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December 11th, 2015, 11:02 AM
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Hmm what you said got me thinking Kimberly. Does FRER have a pink box and the rapid result one orange? We have them here but with a different name? Maybe it's the European version? They are called Predictor tests & they are just like you described. Predictor and predictor express. Lol
I don't think the rapid result box is orange...I think it's pink also. But I googled the predictor and predictor express, and I think it's definitely along the same lines as the early result and the rapid result with the First Response tests.
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December 11th, 2015, 12:29 PM
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Ive used both for my last bfp. I actually used VeriQuick, New Choice, FRER, FR Rapid response, equate, CB digi, and wondfo (i had to make sure haha). Veri Quick showed my positive quicker at 13dpo than New Choice at 14dpo. Wondfo and FRER showed 1st (9dpo). FR rapid response showed later (i realized that its meant to give you a quick response after your missed period). I liked Veriquick over New Choice. My betas started out low (hence the Ectopic)
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December 11th, 2015, 04:38 PM
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I actually used VeriQuick, New Choice, FRER, FR Rapid response, equate, CD digi, and wondfo
I love it! Lol
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