Hubs and I haven't been trying. We only dtd once this cycle (my 1st bub tore me new one and I'm still very tender) but there was an "oops" situation. We plan on NTNP for a while and then trying for #2 closer to #1's 1st birthday.
I'm perplexed as my AF is a day late and it's normally very predictable (26 days every cycle since my 8 month old was born).
I took a test today. At first I thought, okay, totally negative. Then I kept looking at it () and finally decided I *think* I *may* see something.
I feel like I should have a much darker line being 1 day late already so I think it's likely negative but I'm still obsessing over it a bit.
Just wanted to say today's test had a similar line. Still no TOM (2 days late), but I don't think I'm pregnant. Although I do see a line, I don't think there's much color in it. I agree with brittany12, I think it's just these IC tests, so those of you TTC, don't drive yourself nuts speculating about light lines on these tests!
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