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    Default Frer test - a line is a line right?

    Gosh I'm shaking as I type this...I've just taken a frer test & a very very light line came up pretty much straight away. It wasn't fmu, more like 3rd or 4th mu . I had spotting & cramping at the time af was due so really thought I was out for the month. I also took a frer test a day before af was due & it was a definite bfn. I Just needed to share with someone until I can confirm with fmu tomorrow...eeck I thought I was ready for #2 but now not so sure now...

    Now that I really think about it the weirdest things has happened this month:
    1. I broke out with big pimples after what I judged was ovulation (kinda didn't track this cycle so unsure of dates)
    2. Also had a really weird dream a week or so after ovulation about holding a baby in my arms & I couldn't comfort DS properly!
    3. I also stopped spotting before af ever since my laparoscopy so spotting before af is not my norm anymore

    Sorry for my novel...I'm actually freaking out so as the title says...frer's gives faint lines?

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    I would say a line is positive no matter what! Congratulations!
    I had bad cramps when af was due and could have sworn I was out, but my test was positive!
    Congrats again!

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    Do you have a picture of the test to show us?

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    Hi Braxtonsmummy

    I will try & post a pic. DS (nearly 12mths) keeps trying to pick up the stick an eat it :-). I've never posted a pic before so it may take me a while to figure it out.

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    Yep, that's a line! Congrats!

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    That looks exactly what my first + test looked like and Im now 17 weeks preg


    Congrats!

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    Thanks LG & thanks also poppy30!! I've been trying to get DS off for a nap so that I can process this...

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    WOOHOO, congrats! Hopefully the line gets darker, are you going to test again tomorrow?

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    Yep, I want to test again witn hopefully fmu...but lately fmu seems to be around 2am. When I got a bfp last time the lines were so much darker & I never got cramping or spotting, hence my hesitation that this is real!


 

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