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FRER - anyone had barely there lines?

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Teakind Sun 16-Nov-14 15:29:28

Hi, I'm 9dpo and had an extremely faint line on a FRER. It's so faint that i could be imagining it. My DH has agreed he can see something but it's so faint he thinks it's negative. It could well be an evap line as but it showed up within 5 mins. It's so light i can't tell if it's pink!

Has anyone else experienced this? Has anyone had evaps with FRER?

Thanks in advance!

willitbe Sun 16-Nov-14 15:38:14

The newer FRER's have a tendancy for the indentation line of the test to look like there is something there, but it has no colour.

So unless you think there is colour there, it should be regarded as negative. Hope you get a clear bfp soon.

BlanketOfStars Sun 16-Nov-14 19:49:22

I've had very faint greyish white lines on both FRERs I've taken in the last few months. The lines showed up within the test time. They were EVAPs unfortunately.
If you are pregnant a nice strong pink line should show up in a few days smile

Teakind Sun 16-Nov-14 20:08:21

Hi, thanks for the responses. It probably is an Evap line it just hard not to get my hopes up when I've only ever had stark white FRER tests before. Oh well I'll just keep my fingers crossed just in case.

CoffeeOne Sun 16-Nov-14 23:33:35

I got one of these today! But I opened another and the line was present on that one too. So cruel. It's definitely an indent where the line should be.

Boysclothes Mon 17-Nov-14 14:07:52

I did a FRER during my ectopic. I know my HCG blood level was about 20 so probably lower still in my urine and the line on the FRER was still strong and pink. I don't think they really do "faint", it's either there or not.

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