Can you see it? Is it worth another test...im asking as this showed up about an hour after the time limit. It is pink. What do you think...shall i just take it as an evap or re test? I took one yesterday and got nothing at all...took this one this morning.
i had the opposite... mine showed up in the time limit, clear as anything... then vanished.
cant believe youre TTC again Natasha LOL... We have both been on these boards together throughout all the pregnancies... (though you probably dont remember my name as after I have the babies I clear off til the next one lol) xxx
It's always worth testing til AF is due!! FWIW, I see the line, but you can't trust it after the time limit. With that being said, though, with my FRER, I had the faintest of faint lines imaginable, then tested a few hrs later and got a bfn, but several hrs later, when I checked the tests again, I saw lines. I ended up with about another dozen positives after that, so it was legitimate.... That's not always the case though. Good luck!
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