Soo...I don't think I've ever been so confused over the results of a pregnancy test!
AF was due on Wednesday so 2 days late if nothing appears today. Took x2 Lloyd's pharmacy blue due tests on Wednesday. 1 in the afternoon which came up negative, the 2nd which I took at about 9pm initially was negative then looking at it the next morning there was a very faint blue line. Possibly an evap after looking at it the next morning?
So bought x2 sainsburys tests yesterday. One didn't work, just didn't show anything up so felt slightly cheated there! Then took the 2nd at about 2:30pm and a very faint line showed up but it was there pretty much straight away. This couldn't be another evap line could it?!
So still confused I took a clear blue one late last night with whatever urine I could squeeze out - no line so negative.
Saved the clear blue digital one for this mornings wee....not pregnant.
What does everyone think? I've never been so confused! Are blue dyes generally better or worse than pink or are they generally the same? And how common are evap lines?? Could I have got 2?!
IMO evap lines happen but they're not super common, and it's odd to get more than one. Both my BFPs started out as tests that looked like evap lines, and went on to be positive a day or two later. Firstly, you're using quite cheap tests, and they're not that strong, even the CB digis are reliable, but weak. Go out and by a First Response Early Response - they're the best. Second, you're not always using FMU. Tests in the afternoon when your HCG levels would be low anyway are only going to disappoint you! Thirdly, it's still early. The fact that AF is late is the best thing going for you here, but if you implanted late, HCG may still be at very low levels, too low for weak tests. So! Buy a FRER. Test tomorrow morning. Bet you're pregnant
Oh POAS is a pain in the arse unless you get a very obvious 2nd line. When i thought i might late last year, i used sainsburys test, and both a clear line but very thin, and it was like the dye had bled and run across the test a bit. I thought i was, but thank god i wasn't.