I "think" I'm 11DPO today and took an equate HPT. There was a faint, faint 2nd line within the time frame. As the day has gone by, I have looked and looked and looked at it again :), and it has for sure gotten a lot darker. My question is: is it still considered positive? Thanks for everyone's response.
if the second line showed up in the time fame that they stipulated in the package then you are preganant no matter how faint it is. the darker the line gets after the time has passed doesnt mean anything.
congratulations and wishing you a great pregnancy :)
It certainly sounds like a bfp. I would test again tomorrow am with a different brand to be 100% sure. Some of the blue dye tests have been giving false pos lately. I'd try a First Response to confirm. But, it definitely sounds like a bfp!!!!
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