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Positive test or evaporation line?

(28 Posts)
Jadetj83 Sun 10-Jan-16 21:30:04

Can I have your opinions on this please. I'm 10-11dpo, af due in 4-5 days. It's an Asda test taken in afternoon. It's a real squinter!!

zannyminxoxox Sun 10-Jan-16 21:32:58

I can see a faint line best to test again in morning

Melmam Sun 10-Jan-16 21:35:38

I can also see a very faint line. I agree with zannyminxoxox best to test again in the morning. Good luck

OwlinaTree Sun 10-Jan-16 22:13:19

Faint line on the second pic I think.

tappitytaptap Sun 10-Jan-16 22:16:48

That is what my BFP looked like, and a day or two later it was a proper line so agree with everyone else re giving it a day or so and testing again.

tryingtocatchthewind Sun 10-Jan-16 22:19:02

Mine looked like that, take another in the morning. Fingers crossed

Impatientwino Sun 10-Jan-16 22:45:38

My asda test looked exactly like that too. 31 weeks now! test again in the morning and see though. Good luck!

impatientwomen00 Sun 10-Jan-16 22:59:06

I had loads of these and they turned out negative but inwould test again in a week or so. Hope you get the result you want smile

Jadetj83 Mon 11-Jan-16 09:42:37

Thanks everyone. I tested again this morning with a home bargains dip test and was bfn xx

Fourormore Mon 11-Jan-16 09:45:32

10/11dpo is very early. Most tests wouldn't detect a pregnancy that early.

wantingno2 Mon 11-Jan-16 10:24:33

I would say get a superdrug test or a first response as they are more sensitive but I can see a line on the pic you posted x

princesspineapple Mon 11-Jan-16 11:35:31

Yours looks just like my first test... I'm now 30 weeks smile
Try the superdrug ones in the pink box in a couple of days... That was the advice I took from here at the time... Went from an "evap line?" to BFP in 36 hours!
Good luck!

rachroe Mon 11-Jan-16 11:50:41

Took this test this morning would you say positive or not. Think I'm seeing things 😊

Mslg Mon 11-Jan-16 11:56:44

Rachroe, nobody likes a hijacker 😑 Sorry but I can't see a line

CarShare Mon 11-Jan-16 12:07:48

I can see a line Rachroe but probably best to start your own thread. The OP on this thread has just had a BNF after an initial positive so to be sensitive to that I wouldn't hijack.

Jade I had an early BFP followed by a negative on a cheapie followed by a positive the next day (am now 36 weeks pregnant) so I'd try a FRER with FMU tomorrow and you may well be back in business.

NotSpeaking Mon 11-Jan-16 12:08:33

Don't be so rude Mslg..

toohardtothinkofaname Mon 11-Jan-16 12:10:10

Just curious, why do some test pictures have rings in?

princesspineapple Mon 11-Jan-16 12:20:19

I'm also curious about the rings!

rachroe Mon 11-Jan-16 12:21:58

I apologise thought it was just a general thread to comment on I am very sorry

Mslg Mon 11-Jan-16 12:23:02

Notspeaking, being rude was hijacking someone's thread after they just posted they got a BFN. Wind your bloody neck in

rachroe Mon 11-Jan-16 12:24:21

I apologise thought it was a general thread regarding faint line on tests I am very sorry

Jadetj83 Mon 11-Jan-16 12:29:47

No problem, thanks to all you lovely ladies for responding. I shal keep you updated xx

TattieHowkerz Mon 11-Jan-16 12:53:10

I can see a line on both Jade and Rach. Similar to what I got at 10dpo, now eight weeks pregnant.

Jade, it is very early days, the dip test maybe wasn't very sensitive. Try a First Response in a day or two. Fingers crossed for you.

SpeckledFrog2014 Mon 11-Jan-16 14:46:22

I found sainsburys tests the best as there's no seeing things with vertical lines as it's a cross. I tested early with the last two pregnancies and Sainsburys tests were the clearest. I do also follow with the clear blue digital with conception indicator (not the regular one) as this is the same sensitivity as the Sainsburys one. And I wee in a pot and dip. Good luck, fingers crossed.

goldglitter Mon 11-Jan-16 15:50:50

The rings in the pictures helps the phone camera to focus better. Don't have to use rings but most do.

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