Hi took 2 test first one the line was extremely faint so I had to use photoshop to enhance the image. about all I know how to do on there! and change hue! Anywho, the second test seen the line a littler clearer but by the time the urine has been done passing through both windows it was gone. please let me know what you think
also I don't understand abbreviations like bfp or things like that.
Sounds like a positive to me. I got a very faint positive two days after expected period. It was soo light I had to hold it up to the light. A few days later, it got much darker. Bfp=big fat positive. Bfn=big fat negative. Congrats!
If it disappeared, it can be evaporating lines. If the line was the same colour as the control line then ur on, congrats. . Positive. . But if they were transparent or white then it cud mean something else. I would check again by using another hpt brand .. all d best. .
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