lol.....wish I had a HPT to do....think I might go buy one today for the sake of it lol. like you ladies I have only ever seen faint lines or been told they are faint lol. some of which barely there faint lol. Congrats to us all.
This made me laugh, I got my first feint positive on Sunday. As this is a whole new world to me I did another test Monday, which was a little bit darker, so I knew for sure I was pg and sunday wasn't an evap.
I started to wonder how long it would take to get a line as dark as the control line, so I've set myself a little mission. Having bought 15 IC tests only 3 weeks ago, I may as well use them. So far I have tested everyday and they are getting darker everyday. I think I'll do every other day now until I see this very dark red.
As least it takes away a few mins from the daily worry rounds
i done one more just now and i was amazed that the test line was quicker then the control line.in a half of he second when i dip the strip the test line has appeared (very strong one) before the control line.it's fun
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