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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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    Definite lines! I have found if I compare at least every second days results . It gives a bit more of a definite change. I still POAS every day though!

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    Congrats @ScubaGal that looks really promising!


    2009 - 2010 - diagnosed with severe endo - 2 x laps, 1 x laparotomy to remove endo.
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    Woohoo @LadyLouise! Looking very exciting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ree888 View Post
    Congrats @ScubaGal that looks really promising!

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    Thanks @Ree888
    How are you coping? What's your next step?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace1 View Post
    @ScubaGal omg the line definitely looks darker on day 6 than day 5. Fingers crossed they keep getting darker . I know what you mean about the wait being torture - I actually asked the anaethetist at my EPU if he could knock me out for the next 2weeks. Lol
    LMAO. Totally. Would be so much easier than counting.every.second!

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    @ScubaGal just crashing this thread to say yay!! Those lines look very promising. That's pretty much how mine looked at around the same time. Also don't worry about not having any symptoms yet, it's very early. The only thing I noticed at around that time was I started waking during the night to go to the toilet but I don't think many people get that. Otherwise I felt perfectly normal up until around 5wks when I started getting a bit of nausea. I'll be keeping everything crossed for you that you get nice strong numbers at BT.

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    Today is a happy day ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1409597595.055688.jpg
    See the 7dp5dt #FET1 is darker than the 6dp5dt #FET1 and at the top is my 7dp5dt from the miscarriage and today's result is definitely stronger than the same point last month so I'm pretty pleased about that.

    Of course I know nothings confirmed till I have a two year old who can throw food at me, I went back through this thread and the previous one and I think it was @lilypily who had nice dark lines and then a m/c but for today at least I'm going to be hopeful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    Today is a happy day Attachment 60120
    See the 7dp5dt #FET1 is darker than the 6dp5dt #FET1 and at the top is my 7dp5dt from the miscarriage and today's result is definitely stronger than the same point last month so I'm pretty pleased about that.

    Of course I know nothings confirmed till I have a two year old who can throw food at me, I went back through this thread and the previous one and I think it was @lilypily who had nice dark lines and then a m/c but for today at least I'm going to be hopeful.
    Doing back flips for you.... Look at it this way. It's not a bfn, not every positive went on to be a chem, sooooooooooo this could really be it. Good luck it's going to kill me waiting till Saturday

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    My line has only been that dark with my take home baby xxx

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