clearblue very very faint line evap or +? = pregnancy?
Hi to all. I'm new to this but felt I had to register 'cos I really need help on this one: I ovulated a month ago then had my period on due day only it lasted 3 days instead of five. However, my breasts have gotten really big which is new to me. So I did a clearblue test two weeks after my period and got this so thin and faint line that I'm really not sure how to interpret. I read loads on evap lines and faint positives that I don't know what to think now. I guess I'm hoping to find someone who's had a faint and thin line but eventually turned out to be pregnant. (the line's not really sticking out but if you look at it carefully you can see it. And no, it doesn't really seem grey but kind of bluish. Again too faint and thin.)
Not sure about my dpo. I did this one test because of my amazingly swollen breasts lol, don't know if I should do another one or leave it at this. what about u Felicia? are your faint lines always the same? 'cos in that case I don't think think they can all be evaps for you
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