I'm pretty sure it doesn't mean anything but this morning when I tested I had a very faint second line show up... Any ideas?
The second pic shows a test I did two days ago in the afternoon on the left and one from this morning (fmu) on the right.
I don't have any pregnancy symptoms but AF is 4 days late and is usually pretty spot on...
Trying not to get my hopes up but would be so amazing if it was a bfp!
Does anyone else get faint second lines?
Thanks and I hope you all enjoy the New Year celebrations tonight!
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31-12-2011 14:38 #1
Hpt help - does a VERY faint second line mean anything?
31-12-2011 14:52 #2
Should clear up in about 9 months
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31-12-2011 14:59 #3
A line is a line, as they say! You could always become a POAS addict like the rest of us and do another FMU test tomorrow or the next day, see if it's getting darker, but looks like a BFP to me. Congrats!!
31-12-2011 15:06 #4
Yikes! Thanks for replying, can't really believe its a bfp : ) Will def keep testing (lucky I stocked up on HPT's!)
Does anyone think a proper chemist hpt would be any better at getting results than these cheapies? Just because we are having a New Years party at our house and everyone will be so suspicious if I don't have a single drink... We haven't told anyone we were TTC so wouldn't would to let it slip unless I was 100% sure!
Thanks ladies : )
31-12-2011 15:12 #5
I used those tests too! Some seemed
More positive than others! BUT I'd say a positive is a positive conrgrats!!!!
31-12-2011 15:12 #6
Ps yes try a first response
31-12-2011 15:21 #7
Yes I've found the 'first response, early result' tests to be the best. I get mine from Woolies funny enough, because the chemists near my place don't seem to stock the FRER.
my second choice would be 'confirm'.
You could get a non-alcoholic sparkling wine from the grocery store, just keep it hidden as your own supply, just fill up your own drinks.
31-12-2011 15:40 #8
Yep that's definitely a pos, congrats chic!!! I used these When I fell with DS and then went straight out and brought an in ****** test. I found that the stick ones didn't go very dark.
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31-12-2011 15:55 #9
Woo, a line is a line, congrats!
31-12-2011 15:56 #10Senior Member
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What awesome timing! Congrats to you and your dp.
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