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Tesco Blue Lines

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Dazzlindan Sun 24-Sep-17 17:51:22

Hi guys I was wondering if anyone could help? I did two Tesco hpts last night. Thought I could see something faint on both of them. Waited until the 10 minute development time was up and then opened the test and I have two thick faint blue lines? I took a frer the morning after not fmu and negative? Are these blue evaps? Or was the frer faulty as I've heard they can be? Any help would be very much appreciated

MummytoCSJH Sun 24-Sep-17 17:55:22

I can see the lines, but you're not meant to open tests I don't think?

Dazzlindan Sun 24-Sep-17 18:02:07

I waited until the test had fully developed, at least 10 minutes

Waitingonasmile Sun 24-Sep-17 22:11:17

I did this with Clearblue and opened them after the developing time. There were blue lines and I definitely wasn't pregnant. If you have to open the test to see a line it's not a reliable result. Test again tomorrow with a frer and you should get a more accurate result.

Good luck

Dazzlindan Tue 26-Sep-17 19:34:46

I got this yesterday 15 mins after I first did it

physicskate Tue 26-Sep-17 20:21:33

I'd say they aren't positive. Two days later it should be quite an obvious line by now...

HCantThinkOfAUsername Wed 27-Sep-17 09:55:22

I agree, if you have to take them apart then it means it's an evap line I should think. I may be wrong though

Hotpinkangel19 Wed 27-Sep-17 10:13:35

Sorry, I’d go with the frer.

Dazzlindan Wed 27-Sep-17 10:55:19

I waited until the 10 minutes time was up, surely three blue evap lines can't happen can it??

EsmeGNU Wed 27-Sep-17 11:09:18

I think these type of tests always have very faint lines and it's only when you can see a line when the test is in one piece that it counts. That's what all the research I've done points to. Sorry.
How many dpo are you?

LisaSimpsonsbff Wed 27-Sep-17 11:09:46

Taking them apart can really mess them up. When I was testing for a negative after a miscarriage I had one where I couldn't tell if there was still a very, very faint line (was in the weird circumstance of hoping for a negative!) and so opened it up to see. Almost immediately a really strong, thick but quite grey line appeared - as thick and strong as when I'd been six weeks pregnant. There was no way my hormones were still that high so opening it must have screwed with it. That was also a Tesco test.

Elvisola Wed 27-Sep-17 12:10:03

I used a Tesco test, didn't see anything on the results so opened it and saw the same as your picture. Did one a couple of days later and same.

In my case I was definitely pregnant but very very early. Got a faint pink line on a first response about 3 days later.

Dazzlindan Wed 27-Sep-17 12:27:42

I'm going to do another one now il post the pic

Dazzlindan Wed 27-Sep-17 12:42:11

Well can't say as I'm surprised. It's been 2 years can't be that lucky can I

EsmeGNU Wed 27-Sep-17 16:17:01

Did you take another test @Dazzlindan?

Dazzlindan Wed 27-Sep-17 16:20:26

Yeah and I couldn't see a thing sad

Waitingonasmile Wed 27-Sep-17 18:04:22

Sorry but looks negative.

Maybe it's too early for BFP depending on when you ovulated.

Good luck x

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