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Misspurplesocks Tue 22-Nov-16 10:27:26

Hi, I have no idea of length cycle as all over the place so I did a test.
I was unsure if I flooded it. When I went to put the cap i noticed the window was going pink but within a minute that pink was starting to turn white and then 2 pink lines started to develop, Do early bird swift tests do that? or do I need to retest?

whyistherumgone Tue 22-Nov-16 10:29:17

The tests that I've used tend to colour up in the screen first - usually if you read the instructions it will say whether the screen will be coloured and then clear.

I used Morrisons ones first and they went completely pink first then the colour faded and left two lines behind smile

I'm unsure about other brands as I only used Clear Blue Digital apart from that.

Sounds like you have a positive to me but might be worth double-checking just for piece of mind?

Misspurplesocks Tue 22-Nov-16 12:04:18

Thanks for your reply. Annoyingly the instructions say nothing about the colour changes in the window.

whyistherumgone Tue 22-Nov-16 13:23:42

Oh that's supremely unhelpful Misspurple - maybe a different brand test might be a good idea or do another if you have more than one in a pack?
Annoying but might reassure you either way?

Spam88 Tue 22-Nov-16 14:39:42

Mine have always gone pink and then that fades away and the lines develop. Sounds like you had a positive test to me!

MrsG280516 Tue 22-Nov-16 15:05:46

If its a cheaper type test then what it will do is the dye will travel up the test stick first so the whole thing will look pink, then once it reaches the top the only thing left behind will be either just the control line or the control line and test line (if positive). Congratulations!

Misspurplesocks Tue 22-Nov-16 16:07:44

Oh good to know. I normally use a different brand, Thanks all

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