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Another 'is there a line?' Thread, Sorry!

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J3NN1 Tue 03-Jan-17 15:21:50

Just wondering if someone could have a look at this test and let me know if it's a positive or not?
Is a Tesco one, I know the blue dyes aren't as reliable so I'm waiting for a delivery of some of the Superdrug tests and will do with fmu. Just feel really in limbo!
Never have regular periods, sometimes can go 7-8 weeks without one but this is the longest as I haven't had an af since the first week in November, I'm wondering if I could have ovulated late?
Any opinions would be great, thanks:

NotWithoutMyMerkin Tue 03-Jan-17 15:22:59

I can see a line but I can't see colour and I don't know how reliable the Tesco tests are I'm afraid

BigApple11 Tue 03-Jan-17 15:25:52

I can see it too

Ilovecaindingle Tue 03-Jan-17 15:27:47

I have had success with tesco tests in the past.
Congratulations l

PamBagnallsGotACollage Tue 03-Jan-17 15:27:52

Definitely a very faint line. Hopefully big congrats!

J3NN1 Tue 03-Jan-17 16:07:52

Thank you all for replying, this is all just so confusing! My dh doesn't think I am pregnant and thinks it's a faulty test. I guess we'll know for sure once the Superdrug ones arrive (which was meant to be today and annoyingly they aren't here!)
Has anyone experienced ovulating very late, could this be why I have so long between my periods?
Thank you all again.

MrsG280516 Tue 03-Jan-17 16:10:38

Lots of people have the odd longer cycle here and there and its possible to ovulate at any point in the cycle. By contrast I ovulated only 11 days into my second cycle and got pregnant, so anything is possible. From the look of that line, you probably ovulated around 10-12 days ago.

Looks like a total BFP to me, congratulations!

confusedat23 Tue 03-Jan-17 16:46:38

Hi OP is the line a thin blue line down one side of where you would imagine the positive line to be? If so I had this happen to me on a Tesco branded test and it was a false line. I hope this is not the case for you though flowers xxx

J3NN1 Tue 03-Jan-17 18:17:11

Thank you both.
The line is the same width as the control line, although I don't think it's as noticeable in this photo as it is in real life.
Forgot to say I'd done a test a week before this one (Tesco again) and was completely negative not a hint of a line at all.

TheGrumpySquirrel Tue 03-Jan-17 18:21:20

I got pregnant at 18 years old by thinking I couldn't ovulate "just before my period". DD is eleven now. Congratulations OP!

TheGrumpySquirrel Tue 03-Jan-17 18:22:19

Also I had negative tests until 6 weeks pregnant so I don't know what that was about!

AnneLovesGilbert Tue 03-Jan-17 19:30:11

Congratulations! Looks good to me smile

I'd text again when you have another test and if it's positive do a CB one with how many weeks pregnant. You can get them cheaper on Amazon and fast delivery.

AnneLovesGilbert Tue 03-Jan-17 19:30:28

*test

J3NN1 Thu 05-Jan-17 14:18:18

Thank you again for the replies and advice. Just a small (unhelpful) update, I did a Superdrug test but it just came up inconclusive. There was a line in the 'pregnant' side but not in the control window. I do wonder because I got it delivered if the temperature it were stored at would affect it? Clutching at straws perhaps but it was freezing when I took it out of the box.
Still no af, but I have no early symptoms either. Don't think it's looking good for me to be honest. I'm at the doctors next week for something unrelated and will mention to the gp to see if they could possibly do a blood test.

Kikibanana86 Thu 05-Jan-17 14:22:00

Go and get yourself a clear blue digital test and do it in the morning!

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