Deh meant congrats time to get busy girl :)
Yes, that is a positive!!!
Thx ladies just needed other opinions so that I could be sure!!
Thx and good luck...
That is a positive. Take a digital one if you want to see it in writing!!!!
This is NOT a positive test! I thought it was but if you look at the picture of the booklet the test will be WAY darker then the control! A true positive is a deep purple and not violet at all..
If it is like yours though it should not be long, it just means the progesterone is building up. Goodness when I was learning about all that stuff I used a whole bottle the first two months testing for a two week period and sometimes 2x a day. If you ahve a fast LH surge then you may have to test around night time (8-9:00pm) to see a positive. If the test just looks like that then starts to fade the next day, you missed testing for it and have already O'd.
Best of luck and I know it is frustrating but it will get easier when you know about when you O and what a true positive looks like!
go to pee on a stick ******* and they have pictures of OPK's here is a copied part of FAQ's on OPK's
13. My test line looks "half positive"-- only one side of the line is dark. What does it mean? Most of the time, OPK results are easy to read; the "result" line is one uniform color/darkness. Sometimes, however, you may get a result that looks "half positive," like this:
(sorry the picture does not show here:( )
"result" line on left
"control" line on right
When this happened to me, I contacted the distributor (in this case, BabyWishes.org)-- I even e-mailed them the above photo. I was told that the darkest part of the "result" line should be compared with the test line, and that this applies to all brands of OPK's.
This month I purchased some Answer brand OPK's, which I had never personally used before. After my LH surge appeared to last 6 days (going by the above rule of thumb), I made the unsettling discovery that my tap water was also ovulating. So I called Answer's 800# and asked the same question. This time I was told that the dark part of the line must be at least 50% of the total width to be considered positive. Going by THAT, the picture above would be considered negative. (And, in retrospect, my LH surge actually lasted a common 2 days-- and my kitchen faucet is not currently fertile.)
So, it appears that my information from BabyWishes was incorrect; it does, in fact, depend on the brand of OPK.
Oh and I have two tests pictures of the same test in my pictures you can see, sorryy they are like your but I still have yet to put a true positive,
CAN YOU LOOK AT THE OTHER PICS IN MY PICTURES OF THE SAME TEST ON WHITE BACKGROUND AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK???
That totally looks positive.
That's what I thought also, but when I did it with a clearblue digital later on that day it was negative!!!! I feel so lost... Smh