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04/09/2015 at 18:33
I'm have no idea what is going on and I just want some advice..
Well basically AF was due on Sunday (30 August) but was a no show - there are still no signs of the ugly witch showing her face just yet. I took a Ebay cheapie strip test 10miu Friday morning and it was a barely visible line in certain lighting (but was there within the time limit) I took another Ebay cheapie strip test 10miu Saturday morning and it was a tiny bit darker (you could see it in most lighting and also within the time limit)
Well.. Wednesday I took a First Response test and it looks negative.
I've been having these symptoms since last week - Dull cramps, Diarrhea, sore back, bigger boobs + sore boobs on and off ,puffy & bigger nipples, loads of visible veins, gassy, waves of nausea (mostly at night when I try to sleep) and way more CM (either it looks clear or milky/clear).
I only get sore nipples the 1 or 2 days before AF is due but it's been over a week.
Could I be pregnant and First Response isn't picking anything up or just not pregnant.
I've got an appointment with my DR next week but just wanted ladies advice/opinions on what could be going on.
Thanks for reading xx
04/09/2015 at 19:46
04/09/2015 at 20:12
I had same thing, the test strips picked up faint lines four whole days before any other test did !
Just wait a couple days and re test x the line should be darker as the hcg doubles.
Your symptoms sound positive too so keep fingers crossed xxx
05/09/2015 at 07:27
I got a faint line on the internet cheapies too. I got the superdrug ones and also got a faint line for the past 2 days. Did a clear blue plus and a superdrug one this am. Supergrug line still faint but clear blue plus came up instantly with a much darker line. I think each test has its own quirks. I'm now a fan of the variety, so fo wait a day or 2 and then retest...God know how much I've spent on pregnancy tests this week!
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