This thread was started to ask about a test but got very long very quickly and became more of a place for us testers to have a chat about how we're feeling everyday etc so please feel free to join in and chat if you want to xxx
Can you see something, I think something keeps catching my eye? Please say if you think it is bfn, I wont be offended Im on cd27 of a 30-32 day cycle xx
Eta: just rechecked my calendar and I am cd26 Not cd27 and if i O'd on cd18 like i think i might have then Im approx 8dpo
Update: this thread has got rather long and I cant see many people reading to the end. As a quick summary, I tested with a superdrug own brand on around 10dpo and got a clear defined pink line. The next morning i tested again with the same brand and got a faint line. The day before AF tested again with digi and said not pregnant, frer and tesco which were both bfn's. Along with the IC's early on showing lines and the strong superdrug bfp and the lines getting fainter it looks like it was chemical. So thanks to everyone who read through and helped me along xxxx
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