I took two first response home pregnancy tests, and I go back a few hours later, and there were two lines....and you can see two lines, even my hubby sees them, and he usually cannot see tiny things (he should wear his glasses but he doesn't)....I took them later on during the day (not first morning urine)...so those two were positive, but they were very faint.
I took a clearblue digital this morning, and it said "not pregnant"
I have no idea when my period is due or anything, since I am irregular. My boobs have been killing me, I have been cranky, and I actually have the cramps that feel like I am getting my af...but I run to the bathroom, and nothing is there.
I don't really want to go to the doctor to get a blood test quite yet. Maybe clearblue easy doesn't show up for a while...I don't know which one to believe.
I don't know if First Response would show a evap line or not....I am so confused....
I think all test do have the odd evap hun, I did with the first response, but also the frer's are 12.5 mIU where as the clearblues are alot higher which means you have to be further gone in the pregnancy to get a bfp on a clearblue xx
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