I am horribly addicted to POAS. AF was due today and still hasn't showed up. I've had yellowish creamy lotiony cm, a first for me. New years eve..took a test, BFN. Yesterday took 3 tests all of which were dollar general cheapies and I swore I saw 2 lines, but I'm scared they were evap lines..because this morning with FMU I took another one..and nothing. Then 4 hours ago I took a FRER, and swore I saw lines..and then nothing. And just now I took 3 more cheapies..and nothing. I know if I'm pg I'm definitely not giving it enough time to build up..but I can't help it. If it's in my house..I want to pee on it!!!!
Sam, 5dpo is just too early!! You are not superwoman (or are you??)
I only have IC's in the house, oh and 2 clearblue digis with conception indicator. One is for when I'm at least 14dpo. And that's only cause that was the only test I got a bfp on to start with last time, and the other so I can get it where it says 3+. So I know I won't just use them.
I keep wondering about wondfos, but I hear that they are notorious for evaps.
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