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    I can see the faint line in the second pic!!!!! Very excited for you!

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    Thanks :-) I am so nervous, almost like I don't want to get my hopes up?

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    It could be possible that you ovulated later. With all of my pregnancies Id never get a positive until a few days after AF was due.

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    I don't know when I ovulated exactly as I wasn't testing it. My last period started on the 24th Jan, and a lot of ovulation calculators told me that the best time to DTD was 2-7th feb. We tried on 1st, 3rd, 4th and 6th. I hope thats not TMI!

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    I can see a line in the second pic as long as there is a line even if it is very faint is it considered a possible positive. Leave it for a day or 2 and retest. Also maybe go to the doctors and have your bloods done. Good luck and an early congrats

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    Thanks everyone :-) Fingers crossed!
    I honestly thought it'd take longer than 1 try, especially since I've had endometriosis in the past, and I'm considered obese.

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    Good luck. I can see a super faint line in the second photo.

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    I can't see it sorry. Hope it gets darker for you xx

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    Definitely see it in both!

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    Can see it in the second, very exciting!!


 

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