Evape?

posted 8 months ago in TTC
Post # 2
Member
6166 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2017

View original reply
janedw :  how long did you wait to check the test?

Post # 3
Member
4099 posts
Honey bee

Evap lines are usually much more faint. Assuming this picture was taken in the proper testing window, it looks very much like a real positive.

Post # 4
Member
1280 posts
Bumble bee

It looks positive to me if the pic is from within the test window! 

Post # 7
Member
644 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

That looks way more positive then my evap! Hopefully its the one 🙂

Post # 8
Member
1538 posts
Bumble bee

Your eggo is preggo!!

Post # 11
Member
668 posts
Busy bee

Def looks prego to me! 

Post # 13
Member
2047 posts
Buzzing bee

View original reply
mrsnitti17 :  hey, I know I already posted on your thread, but I really don’t think yours was an evap.  I think you had a chemical pregnancy.  An hcg level of 2 means you had hcg in your system that doesn’t happen unless you’re pregnant for at least a short period of time.

Post # 14
Member
2047 posts
Buzzing bee

View original reply
janedw :  that looks positive to me.  I can see lines on all of the tests.  Pink dye tests tend to have indent lines with no dye that can be misleading.  If there’s color in the line then it’s a positive.  Blue dye tests are different.  They’re notorious for dye runs where the control line diffuses along the strip and contaminates the test line.  Blue dye tests are basically unreliable for that reason.

Leave a comment


Find Amazing Vendors