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Is this test positive?

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xxemma87xx Sat 17-Sep-16 22:12:50

It's the first one I've done and I'm really unsure x

ooharmehearties Sat 17-Sep-16 22:16:22

I can see the faintest of faint lines. Leave it a couple of days and do another- mine was a squinter like this and I got a strong positive two days later! Good lucksmile

Mybeardeddragonjustdied2016 Sat 17-Sep-16 22:16:41

If the line has colour and appeared in the time frame then it looks positive to me.

Whatsername17 Sat 17-Sep-16 22:17:36

I wouldn't like to say. I've had vvvvv faint lines that developed into a positive and ones that didn't. You need to test on a couple of days. Good luck! flowers

Squtternutbosch Sun 18-Sep-16 00:15:59

If it was within the time frame, then I'd say yes, that's positive. Tentative congrats, OP!

PGPsabitch Sun 18-Sep-16 10:14:04

It looks positive but maybe try again in a few days? Or use concentrated morning wee if you didn't before.

user1474189822 Sun 18-Sep-16 10:23:50

Hi guys smile completely new to this.
Me and the other half have been together 6 years and have never used protection blush up until December 2015 we were very lucky to have not been caught out. The first time I got my positive we decided a termination was best as we were still living with parents and was completely just not ready ! After the termination I was on contraceptive but I have horrendous mood swings around the time of my period anyway but the pill made this 10000000 time worse so we decided to stop as it was literally tearing us apart. So here we are 8 months on and I'm only due on 26/09 but I have had some seriously strong pregnancy symptoms, at first I though "nah, not days after possible conception" but after reading a lot on here some women know just hours after. So basically on 4 days ago I had sever nausea with some sickness, this was the only day of sickness but since then I have had such a strong dull ache so low down in my back, twinges where my ovaries are and period like pain. I have don't a couple of tests and they were negative. I thought this would be the case as I'm still a whole off when my period is due. This morning I thought I'd use my last one before I head to the shops for some more and it showed a little more than what my previous tests had, it's by no means a clear line but there was something and then it disappeared (yet again something I read all about). I'm thinking the negative is more likely as like I said- 6 years and nothing (we clearly have some fertility problems somewhere, possible pcos (of which I'm looking into))
I've attached a pic of the test (I know it's too early and I will be doing another just before my period is due)

Lemme know what you think smile

Sorry for the long post blush

PGPsabitch Sun 18-Sep-16 10:30:43

user1474189822 I would start your own thread for more comments. I would take another test too. That one looks a bit off to me. It's more smeared than a line. Was it in date?

It's very early to test if you are due on the 26th. I know how hard it is to wait, I had years of it, but your mind can easily trick your body with symptoms but can't trick the test. I'd buy a test on the 26th and try again if you haven't come on.

Oysterbabe Sun 18-Sep-16 13:45:05

Do you want to be pregnant this time? Contraception isn't just up to you, why doesn't he wear condoms? Or there are lots of options that aren't the pill. In this day and age using nothing and hoping for the best is ridiculous.

Jodie1982 Sun 18-Sep-16 14:15:28

She's not asking for contraceptive advice or a lecture, she came asking for opinions on her hpt.

MissMouse83 Sun 18-Sep-16 17:34:18

Do these look like positives to you ladies. Thank you for your help.

PGPsabitch Sun 18-Sep-16 17:49:34

Yes MissMouse83, faint but positive.

MissMouse83 Sun 18-Sep-16 17:51:23

Thank you for your help. I thought my eyes were decieving me!

PGPsabitch Sun 18-Sep-16 17:53:51

Nope smile congrats. If you want a darker line I'd poas first thing tomorrow morning. Should be more obvious.

MissMouse83 Sun 18-Sep-16 17:55:24

Will do try smile

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