The 2nd FRER line seems to have jumped more to the left, do FRER's do that? Not sure if i'm seeing it that way because of the picture angles being different, from 1st pic to 2nd. The lines are equally visible but I think the 2nd one is slightly thicker rather than darker.
How confusing, POAS is stressful
I have everything crossed for you because all your tests look good to me but it's the length of time they have taken to progress. xx
I'm getting really stressed about all of this. Still getting faint lines. Not sure if they're getting any darker. I had one tiny spot of brownish blood on my underwear on Tuesday. Never saw anything else since then. I'm HOPING it was implantation! No idea though.
If this was a bad batch, would I be getting faint positives on EVERY SINGLE test? Or would it only be a few out of each batch?
I'm pretty confused on my cycle. I got what I believed to be a period on Feb. 29. It was all brown and lasted 4 or 5 days. it never turned red. I used OPK's just for the fun of it (never used them before). The first time I used one, I got a positive. I put a note on my phone that it was on CD18 that I got the positive. I remember that I had 4 or 5 days that I had positive OPK's. I stopped using them because I thought they were wrong since I was getting so many positives for so long. I took one the other day just to see if they were still positive and it was negative. So I'm not sure when I ovulated. Somewhere between CD18-CD22. My cycles before my miscarriage were 32 days long. I had the one spot of brown blood on Tuesday which was CD 27. Now, here I am on CD31 with all the faint positives, pimples all over my face, tender breasts, A LOT of yellowish/white thick cm, cervix is kind of high, fatigued, peeing a lot, and my temp is running kind of high.
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