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    Scuba - go to sleep!!

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    Found it @ScubaGal thanks hon!!
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    @LadyLouise how are you feeling? I've been thinking about you and hoping your line gets darker. Have you tried any more HPT? Fingers crossed for your BT Tuesday!
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    Ok so I was trying to keep this on the down low for another day or two because I don't want to set off a POAS frenzy among the others in the TWW but I saw a hint of a line at 4dp5dt, an actual line visible to my DH yesterday and it's still there this morning. Its hard to explain just how terrified I feel that this will just be another early loss. I feel zero symptoms - my boobs are totally normal.

    So anyway, those of you who have a bit of experience with POAS see the photo, would you expect to see it darken between 5dp5dt and 6dp5dt?

    This pic makes the difference between them look starker than it is (I'm not sure why the POAS lines are so hard to catch in a pic. Anyway, I'm totally aware this could be a chem especially having tested so early.

    BT is on Saturday.
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    I thought that the fact that the 5dp stick has darkened overnight might be why the 6dp doesn't look much stronger but am I grasping at straws there?

    I've tried comparing it to last months results but I'm not sure that's helpful:
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    Although as an aside, I've discovered something new, if you think you see a hint of a line that no one else can see - hold it up to the light and it's more visible.

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    Very definite lines Scuba!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Ok so I was trying to keep this on the down low for another day or two because I don't want to set off a POAS frenzy among the others in the TWW but I saw a hint of a line at 4dp5dt, an actual line visible to my DH yesterday and it's still there this morning. Its hard to explain just how terrified I feel that this will just be another early loss. I feel zero symptoms - my boobs are totally normal.

    So anyway, those of you who have a bit of experience with POAS see the photo, would you expect to see it darken between 5dp5dt and 6dp5dt?

    This pic makes the difference between them look starker than it is (I'm not sure why the POAS lines are so hard to catch in a pic. Anyway, I'm totally aware this could be a chem especially having tested so early.

    BT is on Saturday.
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    I thought that the fact that the 5dp stick has darkened overnight might be why the 6dp doesn't look much stronger but am I grasping at straws there?

    I've tried comparing it to last months results but I'm not sure that's helpful:
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    The photos never bring out the line as clear as you see them. I can't see anything in 4dp but see can in 5 and 6. It's early days so I wouldn't be thinking chem yet I'd be thinking pee on more sticks over the coming days and watch it get darker don't worry about symptoms.... They will come, unfortunately haha just enjoy it while it lasts.

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    I mean, enjoy being symptom free while it lasts

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlekiwi View Post
    I mean, enjoy being symptom free while it lasts
    To be honest I'd be pretty happy about symptoms. At least then I'd have some idea something was going on. I just thought there would have been a bigger difference between POAS day five and day six.

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    I think there IS a big difference bw day 5 & 6 Scuba. To my eye anyway.

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