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In 3 days 2 BFP with faint line what to think. I'm stressing out. Someone in same situation???

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inni Tue 26-Aug-08 09:22:10

This is the first month of TTC3. CD30 usually 28-31.
I realize I could be preggo cos I was feeling sick all day long and a week ago started this horrible metallic taste. I haven't got many cramps, not sore breats, some brown spotting when wipe. Did test 2 days ago and BFP although lighter than control line. Did again today and still light, although it comes up in the first minute. Maybe cos it's still too early and don't have high HCG or something wrong. Some advice?

SixTimesDown Tue 26-Aug-08 09:23:33

Me thinks congratulations are probably in order smile

bethoo Tue 26-Aug-08 09:24:20

sounds to me like you are preggers. smile
you may have ovulated at a different time.

misdee Tue 26-Aug-08 09:25:07

even when in later stages of pregnancy you can still get a line thats fainter than the control line.

congratulations. you are pregnant.

ajm200 Tue 26-Aug-08 09:27:10

Oh sounds like you're expecting - congratulations

I did an early test with my current pregnancy and got a faint line 5 days early. By the time my period was late, the line was much stronger and appeared almost instantly. I think some tests can give a false positive if you leave them for a long time then go back to them but a line that appears in less than a minute sounds like a genuine positive to me.

inni Tue 26-Aug-08 09:37:12

Thank to you all, I'm really scared as I really want to be preg. Before my second child It happened to me something similar. My AF was due and did test. I got a much lighter line than this time. Once I got appointment and after blood test, Dr told me the pregnancy was going to end and it ended at 6w. It was like my AF was 2 weeks late. Dr said it happens to many women but not feeling preg. symptoms don't make test and never find out they were pregnant. Because of this is now that I'm concerned. I can't really enjoy this moment until everything clears out, I guess.

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