My first bfp was on an ic but it was so faint that it was almost inpossible to see. No way eud it have showed in a pic and i wasnt even sure if i was imagining it. I did a frer the next morn and that gave me a definite bur faint bfp. It took over a week to get a decent ic bfp. Try a frer if u can xxx in sure u wudnt have posted if u werent sure u cud see something xxx
i can't see anything yet hun i know how hard ltttc is. we went 22 months without even a hint of a positive so i know just where you are right now. test again in a couple of days. gl...and pm me if you ever need to talk.
I think I might be able to see a tiny something on one of those tests. Have you tried posting in the pregnancy test gallery? Only problem is I don't trust those tests at all. I had so many evaps that looked like BFPs. The best ones are FRER but they're expensive. Just as good and nice and cheap are the InstAlert 10miu tests you can get from www.accessdiagnostics.co.uk. Good luck. It took me forever to fall pregnant so I know how hard it is as each month goes past x
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