I took an Equate pregnancy test and the faintest line appeared - then in the past coupel of days I have taken an EPT, Clear Blue Easy, Anser Plus and Fact Plus and all have come out NEGATIVE. I even had a qualitative blood test done 2 weeks after possible conception and it came out negative.
Is that too soon to have a qualitative test done? Why would one test (EQUATE) show a very faint line and the other 4-5 tests have shown neagtive - no lines at all. I have taken all my tests first thing in the morning.
Have you heard anything about Equate or if it has evaporation lines or false positives?
Any ideas as to why I have gotten all other negatives and what are the chances I am pregnant?
I have no experience to report with Equate. A qualitative pregnancy test done on blood will be positive 2 weeks following conception. I have experience with EPT and Clear Blue Easy: they are reliable tests and do not give false positive reports.
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