by - written on 28/04/13 (Very useful, 341 readings)
I'll set the scene: it's around 7am on a Saturday morning, and you are rudely awoken by your wife bursting into the room waving a stick in your face, declaring "There's a line. There's a line. It's only faint, but there's definitely a line". Thankfully my lovely husband was as excited as me, otherwise he might not have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/12 (Very useful, 3821 readings)
About a week ago a little suspicion started to gnaw away at the back of my mind, I was starting to feel distinctly hormonal, my boobs were tender and I was feeling just a little bit pregnant. Already having five children (ranging from 2 to 21), I know the feeling well, but to make sure I asked my partner to pick me up a cheap pregnancy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/11 (Very useful, 1372 readings)
When I began my new relationship last year, we had to decide quite early on whether we wanted to try for a baby. I will be 42 in October and as fertility diminishes in the forties, I had no idea about my chances of conceiving, except it probably wasn't great. We both have children from our previous marriages, but I had all mine in the ... Read the complete review
by JASGLAS - written on 14/03/11
My partner and I have been trying for two years to concieve with no success. I had a very light period in my normal cycle however a week later I was still having a few cramps and a bit of spotting so I bought the Tesco twin pack pregnancy test to check if the cramps and bleeding were a result of pregnancy. The first test showed a positive result within 30 seconds. I was thrilled but, given our lack of success previously, I tested again later in the day to confirm and got a negative result. The initial saving from purchasing the Tesco test resulted in extra cost in the long run as I ended up buying a Clear Blue test to test again the following morning which confirmed a negative result.
by Lorna - written on 24/02/11
I used the Tesco ownbrand pregnancy test this morning. I am due my period on Saturday but have felt a bit "different" so decided to test but not pay big-bucks for a known brand. I was thrilled to see a result appear promptly in the test window at 10DPO.I bought 2 first response tests in the pharmacy at lunch. Used one and got another positive.I will definitely use Tesco pregnancy tests again.
by - written on 08/05/08 (Very useful, 21100 readings)
I suddenly looked at the calendar one evening some time ago and realised that Auntie Flo had been due to pay me a visit that day, that she had not turned up, and the day was nearly over. So with a desperate desire to know what was happening, at 11pm I found myself in the 24 hour Tescos, buying pregnancy tests - unable to wait ... Read the complete review
by Elly - written on 27/07/07
I have used this many times as I'm an IVF patient, and I have found it to be one of the best on the market. It is equally as good as any of the major brands and gives a quick, easy to read result in just a few minutes. It registers HCG levels at 25, which means you can even test a few days early and get a ... Read the complete review