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27/09/2015 at 08:07
Hi everyone, I took a fr test on Monday and it was a faint line but a line!!! I then got a clearblue digi to confirm and took it Tuesday and it came back saying pregnant 1-2 weeks
I'm so excited but also scared after experiencing chemical pregnancy and miscarriage, so stupidly took a cheapy £1 test this morning and it's faint, I thought it should be dark now as it's been 6 days from my first bfp, am I worrying over nothing? Or could this be the start of a miscarriage? Thanks for your help
27/09/2015 at 08:08
these were my tests from Monday fr is fmu and the top test was done in the afternoon
and then this one this morning (6 days later) fmu
27/09/2015 at 11:05
Hi, didn't want to read n run, those are all bfp....
My first bfp was so faint I binned it as evap (on day af was due too), it took another few days to get a line anyone else could see and six days to get a bfp on a clear blue!!
Results on cheapies ( in my opinion ) tend to appear faint, but remember it depends on how diluted the urine is, how long have u held it and the sensitivity of the tests
If a test is a 25 mi it won't show any reaction until hcg is at least 25, the theory should stand that the higher the hcg the darker the line but I've learned that a line is a line ! As long as its the right colour, in the right place and appeared in the right time it's a bfp x
Unfortunatly the only way to know exactly how high the levels are is for a set of blood tests from gp
Good luck xxx
27/09/2015 at 11:34
Thankyou so much for your reply, I read on Google that sometimes your hgc can be so high the pregnancy line appears faint....sounds odd to me but I'm so desperate to know if everything is OK so I've just used another test same brand, but used it with my 3rd pee of the day and it's darker than the one with my fmu.....very odd but it's put my mind at ease
27/09/2015 at 12:35
Lol it might just be more concentrated as you drank less than you did early this morning!
Either way its a bfp - congrats!!
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