Im such a Addict with testing too i have tested every day since finding out BUT i ran to loo this morning and peed before i could think to test as i need to stop im so obsessed with the darkness of the lines and that at 5 weeks they should be darker
Perseids - Welcome . My symptoms come and go all the time and even when they come they are quite mild. Everyone says it's quite normal early on in pregnancy
Leah - Glad spotting stopped. Hope it won't ever come back . Also, hope you sort out the insurance thing soon. It mustn't add extra stress! And thanks for the front page due dates list
And about POAS addiction! I don't know of much women who can resist that! I'm poas'ing regularly since I found out! And sometimes twice a day
You can see hpt's below. I was using fmu but today, just on a whim I also tested with smu and it came much darker! I also did an opk with the same sample (the most bottom one), and the test line got that colour in 3 seconds I think.So I'd really suggest smu, without drinking much liquids in between.
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