Answered by Hellokitty13 - Jan. 31, 2014 3:45pm
So happy to see this ! I have same exact thing going on !! I keep thinking there light positives then I think Evaps but several are doing this, but nothing with fmu ???? And from 2 diff batches of wondfo test
Answered by Hellokitty13 - Jan. 31, 2014 3:41pm
So happy to see this ! I have same exact thing going on !!
Answered by BaByFeVeR! - Apr. 27, 2013 8:36am
Any updates? I've had faint positives since 6dpo but only right after work around 5:30. My FMUs are neg....
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Answered by a member - Apr. 23, 2012 3:59am
I agree with the other posters. Also keep in mind that different tests, especially different brands, have different amounts of dye in them which may also cause the line to be a bit darker or lighter. Go get the pregnancy confirmed with a blood test and congratulations!!
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Answered by Christie143 - Apr. 22, 2012 10:48am
I would def have to agree with the other members response. I was going to say the same thing but didnt have the experinence to explain it thru. I think her response is dead on. Best of luck to you!! FX
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Answered by a member - Apr. 22, 2012 10:12am
I got my first inkling that I was pregnant when I saw an extremely faint line on my evening test of 9DPO but that morning it was certainly negative.
I tested with FMU on 10DPO and there was nothing. I was convinced at this point that it was an evap that I'd seen the previous night.
But sure enough that evening the line, albeit faint, was back. Up until 14DPO it was always darker in the evening (yes, I took a lot of tests to make sure).
I think it depends how much you drink during the day/evening. FMU is usually better as it's more concentrated, however, I tend to drink more in the evening so I'm assuming that's why my FMU is more diluted. I don't know but it's a theory.
Either way, don't worry as long as you're lines are getting progressively darker regardless of what time of day works best or how slowly/quickly it happens, it's all a good sign.
Congratulations on your BFP and wishing you lots of sticky baby dust.
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