Does anyone know if the darkness of the line is indicative of how much hcg is in your system. I started with a very very faint line at 10DPO and it's gotten slightly darker but is still very faint. I did get a positive on a digital. I'm just surprised the test isn't getting any darker.
I took a test 13 dpo and then one a day for 5 days to see if the test got darker my first HCG came back at 856 13 dpo 1600 at 15 the line was still the same no matter how high my levels were and the test I used picks up as little as 20 PS bye the way I am having Twins!
Ho ho ho, congratulations on your twins. My husband would be excited if I were to have twins.
Pheww.....thank God you actually stated that you are having twins. Though I know about HCG and that's its not an absolute no. for everyone. Its difficult not to compare mine to yours.... When I saw yours, I was like " God, her's so high, is there something wrong with me?" Then I realise, we are all different physically, and not comparable.
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