Okay, so yesterday I thought the preg. test had a slight line for positive, but not sure....Maybe it's an evap line... So I looked up this website (which I recommend to those in search of hpt)
It has great information and even photographs. I have used Clear Blue +/- test and I have no luck with reading it... it's not easy to read. So, I have been using New Choice Pregnancy tests. I can get it at the dollar tree, which is a bonus, but I did look at the photos of dpo of 16 and later and see that not all of the tests look positive when they are in fact. I feel like I am going a little nuts with not knowing. So, has anyone been 5-6 days late with a a negative pregnancy test and still have been pregnant? My first son I took the pregnancy test 2 days past my period, negative, then 6 days past my period,negative, and not until the 7th day, with first morning urine did I get the slightest positive result....
Anyone else in the same boat, or is my hcg level just really low??
okay, so this is my first ovulation since I have been breast feeding (since I gave birth July 11, 2005). I started my first period May 28th and it was a totally normal period. So, I had sex twice on the 11th, my prime ovulation day. We weren't necesarrily trying to make a baby, but we weren't trying to avoid it. After I had my last one (my 2nd) I told my husband we should have one more. It seems he now agrees with me (lol). So.... what do you think?
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