I took this picture right after the result appered instantly so its def a BFP right? but is it normal for the result to.vanish after 24-48hours as the line on the top test has faded and i need to squint to see it now but its still there on the second test but not as thick? is my body playing tricks or am i pregnant? I have midwife monday but im embarresed if the test is. wrong x
I can't see the photo's you have put up, but there are millions of reasons why the dye doesn't stay on the test... You might be testing early so not as much hormone to last, there might not have been much dye on the test in the first place, it might have got damp from the air.... As long as the line appeared in the time frame DO NOT worry about when it went.
Congratulations on your BFP! Enjoy the appointment with the midwife and have a very h&h 9 months.
thats definetly normal for it to fade! i kept all my tests from this pregnancy, some still have lines, some faded, some are darker, those lines are SUPER dark!!! congrats BTW!!! happy nine months to you!
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