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Two weeks late - positive or evaporation line

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user1495376003 Wed 11-Oct-17 06:11:56

Hello,
I am now two weeks after my expected period but have still not seen a clear positive sign on the test. I have only seen very faint lines, however I am second guessing myself and wondering if they are evaporation lines. So I was therefore wondering what is really the difference?
I've had really bad stomach pains and cramps and boobs are sore everyday, but I am wondering if I am imagining all of this as I want to be pregnant?

TheCatsMother99 Wed 11-Oct-17 06:14:54

I was 2 days late when I took a test and had pretty clear lines. At 2 weeks late I would expect yours to be very clear.

Can you post a pic?

user1495376003 Wed 11-Oct-17 06:24:16

Here's the picture of one of the tests

Lozmatoz Wed 11-Oct-17 06:33:39

There are 2 very definite lines there. Not familiar with that type of test, but assume s thick line like that in the second box means you’re pregnant!

Uptownfuckuup Wed 11-Oct-17 06:34:32

Looks like a evap it’s not thick enough

Hotpinkangel19 Wed 11-Oct-17 06:50:18

Don’t believe those tests, try a Frer instead x

TheCatsMother99 Wed 11-Oct-17 06:54:23

Arent you meant to have a cross in the second window, as in two lines? I can't see anything, sorry. I'm also not a fan of blue dye tests and find pink better.

This is what mine looked like when 2 days late.

mummabubs Wed 11-Oct-17 08:05:57

Like another poster I thought the tests like that you're meant to get a cross in the second box? (I used a clear blue test which looked identical to this and the larger box had to have two lines appear as a cross to signify a positive result?) Check the packaging OP as to me that says negative?

leighdinglady Wed 11-Oct-17 08:09:31

I can see a cross line! It's just faint and thin, which is odd for two weeks after you were due. Go get a digital test, but I'd be excited

leighdinglady Wed 11-Oct-17 08:10:29

For what it's worth, my tests were equally as thin and pale. I had to hold them up to the light and squint! I'm now 30 weeks!

Lozmatoz Wed 11-Oct-17 09:06:19

Oh, if it’s supposed to be a cross then no. Sorry.

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