Hi Everyone, Warning, this is a little long...sorry. So- a bit of background. DH and I conceived back in late November 08. On January 12th, I suffered a brutal natural miscarriage. My hcg didn't fall as expected- I was still testing positive on hpt tests until early March. On March 12th, 13th and 14th, I took three consecutive hpt tests. I assumed that this meant that my levels were back down to zero (or at the very least undetectable). I started charting at that point and my temperatures here clockwork normal. On the 28th of March I had an O dip and then shot up to a biphasic temp pattern. A six days later I had a minor dip (still above the cover line); aside from that, I have been steadily above temp since the 28th. (Now 14 DPO). I also had numerous symptoms identical to my first pregnancy (blue veins on chest, light acne (I usually have crystal clear skin), fatigue, sore BB, etc.) Three days ago I took a First Response Early Detector hpt- I got a very, very faint line. At first I thought it was an evap line, but it is pink (and is still there today). This was in the PM and not with FMU so I assumed my urine wasn't concentrated enough and that it was a very early . So last night, I took another test to confirm. Again, in the PM and not with FMU. Same result. "" Very faint line, definitely there and definitely pinkish. DH confirmed both the line and its color with me to make sure i wasn't crazy lol. Of course, I ran with the assumption that I was preggy. So, this morning, I took a First Response DIGITAL test and it came back . Again, I would be 14 DPO today, so it should have come back positive. Still no sign of , no cramping, no spotting, creamy white cm, high positioned cervix (apologies for TMI)...My temps today were still high. My understanding of Evap lines is that they are usually gray or white (should not have traces of dye) and generally appear AFTER the 3 minutes have elapsed. Does anyone have any idea what could be going on? This is the first digital test I have ever used, but I think they are supposed to be more reliable? Should I assume that I had evap lines and that's it? Any thoughts or feedback would be greatly appreciated.