Opinion on test result please?

(11 Posts)
EmberRainbow Mon 14-Nov-16 16:17:29

Hello

I am currently breastfeeding and according to Ovia app about 20dpo- although I think I ovulated later and am actually 12dpo?

AF was due on 11th and I tested on sat (negative) but with no sign of AF I tested first thing this morning-see pic- but won't test again till tomorrow, so would really appreciate someone having a look and telling me I'm not seeing things, as I think there is a faint line there

Any opinions?

MrsG280516 Mon 14-Nov-16 16:19:14

That's not even faint, quite strong actually for one of those tests. Congratulations!

EmberRainbow Mon 14-Nov-16 16:24:56

Really? Thank you for looking smile
I was about 6wks with ds before testing and it was very clear, but I wasn't actively ttc then.

I was bit disappointed to get neg on sat but only got periods back in August, and then only light ones- so didn't think it'd happen so soon!

pinkieandperkie Mon 14-Nov-16 16:37:37

I can see it. Congratulations.

HungryHorace Mon 14-Nov-16 17:18:22

That's really dark for an IC. I've only ever had a ridiculous squinter on one!

Congratulations!

Guiltypleasures001 Mon 14-Nov-16 17:34:22

That's a nice dark line op congrats wink

Carlotta82248 Mon 14-Nov-16 17:35:21

How do I post a similar pic - newbie here!

Carlotta82248 Mon 14-Nov-16 17:35:36

And can defo see the line - congrats! x

EmberRainbow Tue 15-Nov-16 08:04:01

Thanks for your opinions, it justified me getting another thest this morning!

So at 1day late I got negative, then tested again at 3days late which showed something. Funny that ovia changed the fertile window when I entered the test result, so I think I must have ovulated later than it predicted.

MissMagpie Tue 15-Nov-16 08:12:36

Congratulations! Our bodies do like to keep us guessing don't they?!

Carlotta82248 Tue 15-Nov-16 08:16:57

Huge congratulations x

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