i hope i am wrong...and hate to be a downer...but most all tests say to wait a few minutes for the results...then to discard...due to evaporating lines giving you what may look like a false positive. i would assume if you are looking at the tests hours later that is what it is. but definately take another test tomorrow and follow the time frame given...i wish you the best of luck...keep us posted!!!
Sorry, I've been out all afternoon, my sisters 40th birthday! We had cold stone creamery!! YUMMMMY!!!!!
Sue- I've never had an evap line either. It was always positive! Hold the little stinky pad thingy up to a light.. look for a line!! There shouldn't be a "line" only what looks like a line. If it has color, more then likely it's a positive! It drove me bonkers taking all kinds of tests and them having very faint positives for a whole week! Then after a few days I got a digital! It "finally" said pregnant!! Good Luck!!
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