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Asked by mybabyhopes

Q: First Response and grey line instantly...unsure???

Hi
I wonder if anyone out there has had the same as i have and its been a positive result later down the line. I took a test yesterday on day 7 past O on first response and instantly, a white line, that went grey, the dispersed afer a little while....the same thing happen today, 8 days past ovulation . Is there anyone out there who has had the same, and are now pregnant ? ive emailed the company to see what they say too, as i always use these tests, but if am going to be dissapointed every month, i think i might have to change brands. any input would be great , mandy xx

This question was asked May. 14, 2012 2:14pm
Category: Pregnancy Tests

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Answered by mybabyhopes - May. 15, 2012 12:51am
I did what someone said yesterday and dipped a shorter time and the line didn't come really , so its deffo an evap line . I've emailed them anyway as this isn't very good and plays with peoples minds hey hun xxx am still to early anyway at 9 days past O xxx

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Answered by a member - May. 15, 2012 12:36am
Grey lines are evaps--sorry!

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Answered by mgarcia11 - May. 14, 2012 4:02pm
I will also add that when I called about evap lines she mentioned it may be due to over-saturation. She recommended dipping 5 seconds in a cup of urine which I told her I already do. She also told me that they could not validate the sensitivity of the test. I specifically asked her about the 12.5 vs. 25. All she is authorized to say is that it is the most sensitive test on the market..ok?? They sent me a coupon for free box and offered that or a full refund.

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Answered by imatestingfool - May. 14, 2012 3:30pm
I agree and have also stopped using them. I would stare and stare at that line and will it to turn pink! ;)

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Answered by mgarcia11 - May. 14, 2012 3:28pm
I HATE these tests for that very reason!! I end up with a grey shadow each time I have ever used one. Same goes for answer brand since I think that they are esentially the same thing marketed differently. Last month a dark grey line appeared immediately, it almost seemed to show before urine moved across screen. I was convinced it was a +. NOPE. Got af..i have read so many posts about evaps with these 2 brands I dont use them. They work great if you are pregnant, but if not they give false hope.

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Answered by mybabyhopes - May. 14, 2012 3:22pm
wow 10 pregnancies...were they all viable if you dont mind me asking ? i will try and see again in the morning, ive got plenty of tests so i can do.....iam getting an almost ovulation pain evey now and then in my sides.....is this a good sign too?

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Answered by momof6 - May. 14, 2012 2:54pm
In my 10 pregnancies , the earliest I got a pos was 9 dpo and it was faint. It is early... you could wait a couple days or keep testing

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Answered by mybabyhopes - May. 14, 2012 2:30pm
its just so frustrating, am getting fed up of waiting, and hoping am not going to be anotehr month down the line without a pregnancy .....so frustrating hey. really want it, like everyone hey. started clomid 50mg for the first month this month, so its even more frustrating , and the just having to wait the 2 weeks ARGH xxx

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Answered by imatestingfool - May. 14, 2012 2:18pm
That is the line where the pink would appear if you were pregnant. I would consider it negative (they would appear even if a man peed on it...I have taken a dozen the last couple months!). You are so early though, it could still be a false negative (too early to get a + result even if you are pg).

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