Yesterday at 10 DPO I took an EPT and within a minute or so a thin but bright blue
line appeared. Is this a positive? Or is it an evap line? I have never before used an HPT so I would
appreciate any comments!!
Read the directions all tests are different, was there 2 line, it it was supposed to be a blue line than it's not an evap, they are usually greyih! Sound like a positive if the line is where it is supposed to be!
The thin blue line is just a bit brighter blue than the control line. The only thing that confused me was that it was so thin. I also took a frer this morning with fmu and it came back negative but it is still really early. Is it possible to have a false positive? Or do you think that I just have a very small amount of HCG?
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