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20/03/2018 at 12:59
I'm new to here so I hope I am posting correctly. Now bare with me as this may be quite long but I wanted to give you as much detail as I can.
I have been on Lucette for almost a year and my husband and I decided that we wanted to ttc.
I stopped taking the pill at the end of February this year. Within that time frame (when I was taking the pill) I began spotting and I had at least another week to go till I finished the pack. However, I carried on taking them until I finished the pack. The spotting stopped and I was fine for a few days but then I had 2 days of heavy bleeding and again, it stopped.
As I was on the pill, it's very hard for me to know where my cycle is up to but if we use the above information as a starter, I should have started to ovulate around the 9th of March. My husband and I had sex regular on my most fertile days.
Going off the 'ovulation' dates (remember I'm not fully aware where my cycle is up to) I should be starting my period on the 30th of this month.
Now I have set the scene I will get onto the point of this post. Recently I have been feeling extremely tired and urinating a hell of a lot. Didn't think much of it but took a test anyway (because I'm an impatient so and so!). A faint pink line appeared, I was really unsure so I took another one with my husband present and again a faint line appeared. Decided to then pop to Tesco and get a Clear Blue, negative. However, after a while the CB did appear to get a very faint line on it (I will post pics).
Since then I have gone like a crazy woman testing whenever I can and I kept getting negatives until last night, I took a FRER and nothing came up at first but then when I checked this morning a pink line appeared (pic may look abit naff but it's definitely a pink line). I am also cramping constantly, not like a period pain but cramps
I'm so confused with it all, surely if I am pregnant it would be far too early to tell? Why the positive lines then? Please please please can someone help me out. I read a very interesting article by a user named Roy so if you happen to be reading this maybe you could help also?
I would massively appreciate anyone's input.
21/03/2018 at 00:53
Anything the tests say outside of the time stated (usually 10 mins) should be discarded. I would wait now for your period. If you get to the 30th and nothing test again. It would be very very early to test now
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