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    Sorry I don't see anything on the hpt.
    An opk will turn positive (ie control line darker than test) in pregnancy. Opks will always have a faint line like yours so it may not be detecting hcg just yet.

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    My opk is dark usually I only have faint lines
    Which I know it's not positive just yet

    Inverted

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    Not sure if this is any better

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    I first found out I was pregnant as I had a positive reading on an OPK. I think I was 10dpo. I was getting O like pains so I thought I would do an OPK and it came out positive so thought that was weird. Then did an IC and got a faint positive.

    With the last two pics I can see faint lines....

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    Thank you
    I feel like af is coming but it's only cd18
    So I'm hoping its a good sign

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    This mornings ic
    I really hope it's not an evap
    This was taken 1 minute into testing


    3 minutes



    10 min mark


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    Why don't you just buy a reliable test? I got faint but clear BFP's at 8DPO on FRER and 1-2 week on a digital.

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    That one above doesn't like positive to me but I agree get a FERE!! My ICs are still really faint but very dark on FRERs.

    Good luck.

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    Yep need to get a decent test, those cheapies aren't decent til like 5 weeks preg!

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    I can't see much on any tests sorry perhaps wait a few days before testing again and get a better test, good luck.


 

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