I did a first response test two days ago and a faint pink line appeared (outside the ten minute window). I did another test yesterday (different make) and it was negative. I have done another First Response this morning which again has a faint pink line but it appeared outside of the ten minute window! Not sure what to think? I am currently 9dpo and according to the app on my phone I was due my period today but think this may be a longer cycle so estimate it would probably be due in about 5 days time?
Sorry, so impatient, have been trying for almost one year now. I know I should wait another couple of days and test again. All tests were from different packets. I would add a pic but I'm not sure how to do that.
Any help would be great, thanks!
Also I've had stomach cramps for the past two days, sort of twinge like.
it is unusual for an evap to have colour, usually if its a line, and especially pink in colour, then its a positive, FRER are the most reliable, but then if you test too soon with those you could pick up a faint line and then end up with negative and AF arriving, as they are known to pick up chemical pregnancies too. But, if it is a tru Pregnancy then i would leave it another couple of days and see if there is a line on the FRER still, should also be slightly darker than the line you would have seen already.
I don't understand - how long is there normally between ovulation and your period? 9 days doesn't sound like a lot and could mean that you have a progesterone problem (and that any fertilised egg doesn't have time to stick).
9dpo is really early to get a positive. Having said that, evaporation lines are not normally a colour so it could be a positive. Personally I ignore the 10min rule (always do for OPKs and they always work) but I know some people stick to it...
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