If there is a line there which I'm thinking there might be, then I would test tomorrow FMU.
I can kind of see a shadow in that one! As someone else said, AF isn't due until 14DPO (assuming you have a normal luteal phase of 14 days). Your cycle length is determined by what date you O plus your LP.
O on CD 16
LP of 14 days
30 day cycle
O on CD13
LP of 14 days
27 day cycle
Some people have shorter luteal phases but most are 14 days. If your LP is less than 10 days it's an issue or longer than...I can't remember but I want to say 16 days it's an issue as well. The reason most people have longer or shorter cycles is usually because they O earlier or later. A friend of mine has 60 odd day cycles because she doesn't O until around CD45!
Anyway...that's enough of a fertility lesson for today!
I've found that first response are giving strong evap lines lately - like I can see where the positive antibody line but not a true positive (if that makes sense).
But I hope it is positive for you!!!
I could see a line on the 3rd pic of your first post and also the pic you posted later. Very faint though - have you tried holding the test up to the light? (with the light behind the line window)
I hope it is a positive but I would test 2 days after. Keep in mind chemical pregnancies can show like that and disappear
How'd you go when you got home?
Step 1) Grab a bucket-type thingy that you are intending on throwing out - ie. washed yoghurt container, butter container, etc.
Step 2) Pee in it - preferably whilst on the toilet
Step 3) Open FRER and stick it in the pee for a 'good' 10 seconds (make sure you don't drown the FRER)
Step 4) Replace cap on FRER and wait.
Step 5) Repeat tomorrow no matter what the answer is or otherwise those poor FRER people won't have jobs anymore.
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