Last night I took a First Response 6 days sooner HPT. At first I thought it was negative, but when holding it up to the light you can see a line, almost like an indentation where the positive line is supposed to be. That result came up with in 5 minutes, so I know it is too soon to be an evaporation line.
So I took another test this morning with FMU and the EXACT same thing! With in 3 minutes of testing! At first glance it looks negative, but if you look at it in the sun you can see something where the line is supposed to be. What are the chances of 2 tests having "evap lines" with in such a short amount of time?
Today is still 4 days before AF is due, so I am going to test again the day AF is supposed to be here. But I'm not sure what to make of this!? Any thoughts?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:43 PM on Jun. 17, 2010 in Trying to Conceive
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