2 tests, 2 faint pink lines.

(7 Posts)
becca1611 Thu 27-Oct-16 07:16:23

I am 4 days late for AF. I purchased a two pack of early tests from lloyds chemist yesterday and took one straight away. Nothing happened but after 10 mins (which I know I shouldn't trust) a faint pink line came up in the window (I added a pic below, I hope you can see what I see). It played on my mind all night so I took the other one first thing this morning. After about 3 minutes a faint pink line appeared again. I have 'symptoms' feeling icky, going really hot and really low cramps on right side of pelvis. Has anyone else experienced this from lloyds tests? What was your outcome? Should I wait and see if AF arrives or splurge on more tests? Thank you smile

aforestgrewandgrew Thu 27-Oct-16 07:20:09

How many minutes do the tests say on the packets?

10 minutes is unreliable IIRC but is 3 minutes within the time frame allowed anyway?

Bagina Thu 27-Oct-16 07:32:55

Get a clear blue one this morning. Save some morning wee!

Jolana123 Thu 24-Nov-16 00:24:07

That look positive I had similar to you so fingers crossed for u wink

Shainamarpia Fri 16-Dec-16 23:04:37

I had the same experience. 2 tests very pale pink lines. It's not common for false positive results I read and also just because they are pale dosent mean it's not there it could just mean your hormone levels aren't strong enough when you took the test. Maybe it's early on yet or maybe you didn't take the test with your strongest urine (first thing in the morning or having not had something to drink for 4 hours I read somewhere) I'd say from looking at your picture it looks like my first 2. Maybe wait a few more days and do another. I waited a week then done another, stronger line. smile

Shainamarpia Fri 16-Dec-16 23:05:53

Sorry just read you said you took it in the morning. I think it's positive but to put your mind at rest wait a few more days and do another one

Shainamarpia Fri 16-Dec-16 23:06:54

Also just saw how old this post was so you'll defo know by now haha. Hope it was good news

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