I expected my test to be a little darker today. Only because I was comparing them to when I was pregnant with my daughter and they were looking nearly the same as that pregnancy, based on dpo. I switched to new box today and was disappointed that my test didn't look any darker. On 14dpo with my daughter the test and control line were the same intensity. Has anyone experienced the line not changing much when they switched boxes? I had a chemical last month so I'm just afraid that this is as dark as it will get before it starts to get lighter. Today's test is odd though because it doesn't look like the dye covered entirely on the test line, it missed out in spots and is darker in others.
Its toi dark to be a chemical, the further you pregnancy the more hcg progresses and the hpt become faint, if i did a test know it would probs come up negative bit im 24 weeks pregnant lol congrats hun x
I felt the same, my frers seemed to stay then same for like 3 days, ive had 2 chemicals too, so this was my worry also, but did one the day my period was due, and got a strong line as dark as control line xx
But my lines for my chemicals were faint xx
My tests have been the same between week 4 and week 9. I keep taking tests because I just can't believe I have a little baby growing inside me, lol. Even though i have seen it on ultrasounds and have a lot of the worst symptoms. Good luck hun, those are for sure dark s
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