At 14 dpo friday I got a positive digital 1-2 weeks, later that night took clear blue one. Line there but not strong but don't have to squint. Took 2nd clear blue one 15dpo Saturday first morning urine that was a tiny bit stronger then night before. I then took a first response test yesterday afternoon a nice red positive line came up but not as strong as control line yet. Then I took the second first response test this morning wen I woke and its lighter then yesterday? Am I having a chemical?
Had a chemical few months back wer I got a positive followed by negative next day. So very nervous this time so just making sure its staying positive. But fort lines was sopposed to get darker not lighter that's my worry x
I wouldnt worry chick I took 4 clear blue early detection test all came out different fron stong to lighter went to dctors did bloods to check again and hey ho im now going onn 11weeks pregnant x best thing you can do is go see your gp and they will confirm it for you xxx
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