Ok, so this morning I took an equate pregnancy test and it came up with a faint blue line it was'nt grey, butit was very light. and i have heard that evaporation lines are more common on blue test. I took another test a few minutes ago to see if it was just the one test (I bought a 3 pack) still a faint blue line, very l ight, but blue. if it was an evaporation line would it be on both test? I want to be pregnant, but don't want to ge my hope up if it is an evaporation line. and advice or experience with this would be helpful.
I had the same problem couldn't tell if mine was a positive or my eyes playing tricks on me. It was too light to tell. So, the girls on here told me to go buy a digital and sure enought positive. I would advise to go buy a digital test make sure it's the early kind, and you will have your for sure answer. Good luck and let us know! :)
i had the same problem with the same test (check out a picture of it in my photos). it ended up being an evap line and i got my hopes up for nothing. blue tests should be banned! they're too confusing...
Ok so i took a pink first response pregnancy test and basicly got the same thing a very faint pink line, it is so faint I wondered if I imagined it, so had my husband look he also sees a faint pink line! so now i still don't now for sure. I am going to try again first thing in the morning with FMU and see if it is any darker and if I am still not certain, get a digital pregnancy test although I am not a big fan of digital ones. I will keep you all posted and thanks for the support!
By the way Equate and first response are the best test in my opinon. So if you are getting a faint positive I am thinking you are pregnant. Plus first response doesn't give evap lines AT ALL. With my twins this pregnancy.. I got a positive with equate before I got a positive with anything else.
I think it may actually be a BFP I took another HPT this morning and the line a little darker, still not as dark as the control line, but darker!! I am going to get a digital today just to be sure. Thanks so much for the help and advice! I will keep you posted when I take the digital.
I took a digital test a I'm PREGNANT yay!!! I had a Dr' appt today anyway and thy esimate my due date as 08/17/2010 (although I think that I actually ovulated a little late) Good luck to all of you who are still trying!! baby dust!
so, i'm in the same boat rebekah was in about 10 days ago....i just took a first response test and got a VERY FAINT positive line. i'm trying not to be too hopeful about it...and my husband thinks i should wait several more days before testing again. but i feel so giddy! i almost want to call my dr. tomorrow...but its xmas eve! what to do?
first response is pink dye so it's mostly positive. a line is a line on those things! i would call on the 28th to make an appointment and retest at some point between now and then. good luck and congrats!
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