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    Default Evap line?

    Hi everyone. I'm not due for af until the 9th but have sore boobs today and have been feeling pretty bloated for a few days. I have been off the pill for 3 months so I'm still confused about what normal pms is like.. Anyway, I stupidly did a test this morning and because I basically knew it was too early and it would be a bfn I just watched it for 30 seconds, saw the bfn and left it. About an hour later I looked and there was a very faint line. Is there a chance it could be a bfp or would it more likely be an evap line? Do they look different?

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    Can you upload a pic?

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    Im trying to figure out how from my iPhone... Any tips?!

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    In the reply, if you are using the app there is a pic down the bottom select that & it will prompt you...sorry not good at explaining :-/ here is a pic of it....ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1375672260.248589.jpg

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    I have the app but the twitter and link button.. Hmm.

    I've answered my own question though, got a faint line on three other tests :-) yay!

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    I thought my pregnancy test for my first baby was an evap line! Turns out it was because I tested a bit early.

    A pic would be good.

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    Congratulations

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    What brand of test? The blue tests are notorious for evap lines, which is why they say don't read the test after the 10 min time frame. I have only ever had one evap line on a pink test which was a first response, but I still use them as they picked up my pregnancy with my daughter on 9 or so dpo in the afternoon! I would say try again tomorrow, or even better to wait another day after that if you can hold out!


 

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