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Anti burst is a bold claim. I am sure I could manage.
No doubt these are a deal, but I’d recommend using a fertility microscope instead. Much cheaper and reusable. For example https://homehealth-uk.com/all-products/re-useable-julia-saliva-ovulation-fertility-tester/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwudb3BRC9ARIsAEa-vUvTtBCBLLowscLWJrMInrB9ilZoP9NST9hPavOZvyXaODuOkdUEgWgaAtpHEALw_wcB
are there any cheaper and better than those one on Amazon please?
Off to asda.... Bareback Barry over this LockDown me 🌚
That's pretty expensive for ones you've already used.
These are the ones I used, it's only 20 in a pack but you can buy bigger packs as well for better value. https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0071MSEH6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_olj9Eb64DFJB8
Me too, if you are doing this often over several months the cheap dip stick tests work just as well from Amazon
Just noticed this - promise it was free when I first posted. It's been expired accordingly. Congratulations to anyone who's due to be a new Dad :)
Thank you OP! It's cost now £5.58.
Yep, top tip! We bought a decent one second time around and life was sooo much easier.
Buy a decent buggy which will see you through multiple kids and still have some value when selling on. Phil &Ted's did it for us but that was a good few years back.
Prepare yourself for poo pee puke bottles no sleep immovable buggies....god teenagers suck so much easier when they're babies
Damn, had this in my basket but now showing as £12.49 (annoyed)
I use an exercise ball as an office chair for the home. Great for the back and for home workouts too.
"mum gave birth to you on a big purple ball kid. It was less than a tenner, happiest day of my life."
Topping up. (lol) (lol) (lol)
"First Response - Early Result Pregnancy Test Results" As endorsed by Boris Johnson and forms part of his essential services? 😷
I say this in jest (well sort of), but who in their right mind would even contemplate bringing a child into the world at this point in time. Covid-19 is going to be hanging around for possibly years and disrupting our lives.
I would love to be one of those having a Christmas baby :( Please let it be me
Bit of a grim way to talk about your wife
Depends where you live! (flirt)
Instructions unclear. 4 packs are inserted and I'm barren. Cheers Dave
:D :D :D
Do they have a demonstrator showing these ?
It would be good to get a Dr’s appointment when you are Ill 🤧
Available in 2 local stores , thx (y)
Best alternative I’ve found are home bargains £1.99 for 30. Don’t pay silly prices for branded stuff. Folic acid is folic acid (lol)
No stock another fake stock offer no offence to the poster just fed up of Superdrug doing this
one for secret santa?
great deal, shame none local to me
Ordered in bulk for Boris
With a cupboard full of condoms bought from all the deals posted in here and annual useage if I'm lucky no way am I buying this as well. Heat added though.
Ios or Android?
ironically it'll be the 'last response' you get from the guy when you tell him its a positive result
Hope your other half knows before we did ;)
You are very welcome :)
I'm female and I can't stand them.
Thank you for sharing x
For gender neutral, you forgot the snowflake theme
Baby showers... To women: Lovely event where all their friends can get broody as hell, drink cheap Prosecco and b.tch about men. To men: WTF?
Also just for clarification I was referring to first response rapid results that Asda sell, not Asda own brand tests.
I think the problem with the early result tests is the indent line, too many early testers see the shadow of a line when it’s clearly not pink and question it. I know recently there have been claims of some bad batches. The rapid results I would say are very good too but not quite so if you want to test early which these tests are designed for. I personally don’t recommend early testing as it often brings more questions than answers. I’ve seen plenty of evidence over the years as I admin a group so I’ve got to know which tests are shockingly bad for evaps such as clearblue, Tesco own brand and freedom. I can safely say over 4 and a half years I’ve never had a “false positive” on an early result test but I’ve also not been lucky enough to have a positive but that’s obviously nothing to do with the tests ;(
The Asda ones are not only cheaper they are better, they have less false positives. Save Money. Live Better
What stupid ****** mainly millennial with bad parents, do not understand is that these are 99% sensitive to a chemical not actually pregnancy for which they have a relatively low specificity ~70%. Here is a Dr Google link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sensitivity_and_specificity If the people whom use these tests and then run-off blocking A&E and ultrasound departments with mass hysteria that they are having a miscarriage, if had good parents parents or any common sense would realise much earlier is, that it is a period! Get over it, and stop being so anxious about something 10 years ago would be unlikely - because such pregnancy tests were not allowed on the market. The NHS is over-burdened with trigger finger response by a lot of the public to seek expert care for silly things, there are a lot more people with serious problems whom really need it. If in doubt call 111, do not go to A&E. What parents should teach their children is, to do such pregnancy tests after 3 months of not having a period (people have done this for thousands of years) if they have not figured out from morning sickness that they are pregnant, not wait 3 days but 3 months before testing. I still can't believe that most of the women whom come into A&E saying they are miscarrying are only a few weeks pregnant or having a period. These women are often only a few months earlier, moaning to their GP their period is a few days late so they need investigations or referrals, or they cannot get pregnant but what they will not tell you (as they do not realise) is that the actual cause is often they hardly have sex and are miserable - which is a viscous circle. /rant over
Bodyguards are very expensive you know!
Boyf tells me he doesn't like the V pillows. Rather than spam HUKD with pillows, here's a 12ft body bolster pillow: Poly-Cotton/Hollowfibre 12ft Comfort Pillow £14.49 @ ebay/heavenly_home https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/173817009022 12ft White Pillowcase £5.33 (multiplesale/ebay) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm//163498906735 10 available, though there's a listing with more available for 1p more, £14.50 (ebay/soft_beds123) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/202488469582 Polycotton/Hollowfibre 4'6 Pillow, £6.90 (sleepandsnug15/ebay) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/253813348450 Quite a few for the same price here and here 4'6 Pillowcase, £2.60 (Amazon seller mabtraders), https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bolster-Pillow-Case-White-137cm/dp/B003730ZK2 More colours from ebay, £3.49 here or higher thread count £3.99 here
Here's a few cheap (ish) V-pillow covers from Amazon: £1.99 + Free Delivery (slow post, though) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pillowcase-Shaped-Pillows-Ivory-Pillow/dp/B004Q2CLNC Here's another Cream Coloured pillowcase at £1.99 + Free Delivery https://www.amazon.co.uk/MATERNITY-ORTHOPAEDIC-SUPPORT-PREGNANCY-NURSING/dp/B01BU8VFE0 White Colour, £2 + Free Delivery https://www.amazon.co.uk/MATERNITY-ORTHOPAEDIC-SUPPORT-PREGNANCY-NURSING/dp/B01BU8VCSE £2.20 on Prime https://www.amazon.co.uk/RAYYAN-PILLOWCASE-ORTHOPEDIC-PREGNANCY-MATERNITY/dp/B01M64KKI1 £2.15 + Free Delivery, various colours https://www.amazon.co.uk/Matching-Bedrooms-Polycotton-Percale-Shaped/dp/B005BRNU18 Bit more, but I like this one, £1.50 + £1.80 P&P = £3.30 https://www.amazon.co.uk/RAYYAN-PILLOWCASE-ORTHOPEDIC-PREGNANCY-MATERNITY/dp/B01M64KQCM Actually, scrap that, it's £3.10 on ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/131984439538
Great price ! Thank you
Good price (y)
Actually im NOT @dicey666
If you're going into Poundland for a pregnancy test, let me save you £1.... YOU'RE PREGNANT!!!!!! (lol) (lol) (lol)
I used these ones and they worked fine
By that logic..... The whole HUKD community have been on Jeremy Kyle just because we like to save money. Why pay £5-£15 for one when you can get three for £1 and they work exactly the same as the expensive ones?
Ovulation tests do the same and there often cheaper I found as they look for the same hormone
You win, I'm trapped ;)
Beat and delete, have loads of kids I don't know about
My pull out game strong 💪
(lol) (lol) sorry dark joke, just nervous for Chelsea tonight (annoyed) It is not the money why I wouldent have another, it's because I had one it's enough (y)
Another hot deal @purpleangel13 (highfive)
Looks like it's £9 now.
Ordered, great saving
Don't seem to be able to get the click and collect option, any hints?!
Not sure if Im a front or a back sleeper but going to stick my neck out and order one! Heat added.
healthline.com/health/cold-flu/treating-during-pregnancy Google search. I checked a favourite of mine: gargle with warm salt water. Please read carefully as some say for after 12 weeks pregnant.
Isnt boots 3 for 2 of slight more value?
Hi I know this question is irrelevant but is what is the best medicine other than honey and lemon for cough for a pregnant woman. Cough is ongoing for 2 weeks and I tried honey and lemon also peppermint tea but it's not working, any suggestions please thanks