You can certainly spot first. Didn't you just quit your pill pack in the middle? (forgive me if I have you confused with someone else, I'm very easily confused).
No need to test in a few hours. If the line was so faint you could barely see it, wait at least 48 hours. Otherwise you'll fall into the testing 3 x a day insanity of wondering if it's a line or not. Just wait a bit, and you'll know, easily. If in a few days you aren't sure, get a blood test.
Periods are so weird - Why can't we just have normal ones all the time LOL???? I know I will wipe a couple days and have pink or brownish discharge then BAM - I start. It has been like that for the past 3 or 4 periods - I don't get it ;o)
Yes, Yes and yes. I pretty much was outside, holding it the light and twisting and turning until I saw what I wanted to see?? I'm such a freak! After going to peeonastick.com-I'm pretty much chalking that one up as evap line. Because I am a POAS addict-I'll let everyone how how it turns out manana.
Evap lines have no color - did your line have color? Also, how easy was it to see this line? Did you have to practially stand on your head in the sunshine to see it? Or was it seen by simply looking at the test?
Either way, just repeat the test in two days, using FMU if your period has not started full-force.
I have been off birth control for almost a year now and I just started spotting about four days ago. My period isn't for another 10 days or so. I have never spotted and my periods have always been regular.
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