So I'm fairly certain I'm going to have a chemical (see chart with massive temp dip this morning) and have a Dr appointment booked for tomorrow afternoon. I've been taking tests the last few days, here are pictures of the most recent 3. Top test is from Friday morning, middle from Saturday, bottom today (Monday). The picture was taken TWO hours after the bottom test. The top is definitely negative and always has been. The middle test showed that faint shadow of a positive within the 5 minutes, the bottom one had an even fainter line.
NOW CHECK THE SECOND PICTURE
Second pic is ELEVEN hours after the bottom test was taken (I accidentally left them out on the counter in a rush to get DD out to daycare this morning). Do evap lines even get this dark??
Again, I checked all these tests within 5 minutes and made my opinions on them then. Faint positives though on this brand tend to get just a little darker if they sit a bit.
Thank god I already have a Dr appointment booked. I hope I get a couple of blood tests to see which way things are going. What do you all think though about this? Is this progression or a bit of false hope considering the time frame? I've never really had evap lines on any others of these tests before.
Look positive to me. But id.ignore the ones that were left longer. My advice is to stop testing. There is a positive and its fine that its faint it took me 2 wks to get a bfp with my son. Step away from the tests lol. Stress is no good for a baby. Wait and talk yo ur doc but imo everything is fine
Reason why i say to stop testing is if u drink too much and also hormones come and go in waves so u might test gt a fainter one and panic for no reason i would only retest with fmw the next day at the earliest but prob leave it a few days if u can. But since you are seeing ur doc maybe let them do a test but ur def pg x
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