Thank you nuthatch!! I was pretty excited about it, temp time was off from normal but fell back asleep and took it at normal time and it was still the same so I kept it.
No symptoms this morning except a little nausea and cramping. The nausea thing kinda scares me, I had severe hyperemesis gravidarum with both my dd that started the day of implantation...I was really hoping on my last pregnancy to not have it lol but it is a sign of a healthy pregnancy so I'll be blessed if that's the case again
Here is my 6dpo test, I watched as the dye ran through and there was the faintest of faint second line as it was processing but it lightened up so much I can't make it out anymore...hoping it's a good sign in a few days!
I know this seems silly but I felt like I could see something super super light on this mornings test...I just took another one and inverted the last 4 tests and feel like I can definitely see something from this morning but nothing from this afternoon. I know it's still way too early but can any of you see anything?
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