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    Default Does this look like an Evap line or is it positive?

    I took this test today because my period hadn't arrived. i took this photo about 45m after taken the test what do you think?

    I'm unsure as I've had evap lines before but they were never this dark?

    http://s1253.photobucket.com/albums/hh581/Aquiss/?action=view&current=IMG_0337.jpg

    Must also add, I've had mild cramping on and off nothing compered to my period cramps and have been a little nauseous

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    Hasn't this been posted before ?

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    Didn't you post this a few times already? Just do another test.

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    I'd try another test in the morning. They say not to read tests after 10mins as an evap line can appear. It does look like a line under that light, hit after 45m I'd consider it past it's reading time. With my 4 pregnancies I have had a clear line within 30 seconds. Sometimes it would date a few days after AF was due to appear though.
    Good luck and I hope it is a sticky one

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    You have posted this about seven or so times now?

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    Id say positive. Take another test to be sure.

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    I'd say evap, only because I can't see if there is even a hint of pink in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellymoe View Post
    I'd say evap, only because I can't see if there is even a hint of pink in it
    I agree ... looks like an evap line to me Take another test in a few days? could be too early. Good Luck!


 

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