What do you ladies think? [UPDATE: last post page 1, cont. page 2]
So I should start by saying I thought AF came on the 29th. I bled bright red and had clots. So when it wasn't as much as normal for trhe first day and then when it stopped the second day instead of getting heavier, I took a test. Suuuuuper faint positive. Followed up by a CB that was barely visible. Two days later a frer was suuuuper light hubby couldn't see the line, but I could. Day after that took another cb and it was super faint as well, but at least I could capture it in a picture, and once tweaked to high def, 65 out of 66 people saw rhe line on countdown to pregnancy. Now it is two days after that and I took my last test, the last frer. I expected it to be glaringly obvious but got this at 13dpo... Am I still in or did I have a chemical? It is still slightly darkwr than the first frer and I bet hubby will see this one (finally) but still... why aren't they nice and dark? The second photo was taken after about 5-10 minutes, the first within time frame.
I'm not going to keep testing as that gets expensive. Dont know how you ladies do it.. but I have a doctors appointment on the 13th which I may move a little closer we will see. But I will keep you updated. Still no more bleeding and I am actually feeling positive about this thing. I know the norm would be a chemical, but I am not convinced this is it for me.
Not a chemical. Just late implantation. Tests are getting darker. I knew it didn't make sense to get a bfn before bleeding and a bfp afterwards if I was having a chemical. So there you have it, happy outcome of the day.
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