What are these????

posted 2 weeks ago in Pregnancy
Post # 2
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

Probably an evap but I’d use a pink dye test.

Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2019

Blue dye is always so hard to read. I’d get a pink dye like PP suggested. Of course, if you’re worried you should go to the doctor. 

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: City, State

Try with a pink dye test. Also it sounds like you need a better form of birth control and some more understanding of how birth control works. If used correctly you wouldn’t have “unprotected sex” and you wouldn’t ovulate either. I recommend reading Taking Charge of Your Fertility and speak to your doctor about a form of birth control that works better for you. Some women find it difficult to take the pill everyday, (I don’t know if you’re on the pill or not) you may want to look into something like an IUD

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Bumble bee

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@Natalie9:  The top two tests look negative.  Are the bottom two just different, later pictures of the dried tests?  If so, definitely evaps. 

If you take your pill correctly, you are very very likely not pregnant, condom or not.  I used birth control pills exclusively for 15 years and never had so much as a scare.

Post # 9
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2017 - California

They do look like faint positives, but if you’re looking at them outside of the window that you’re supposed to they are not going to be reliable. Also, blue dye tests are notoriously not reliable in very early pregnancy. I would suggest that you get a pink dye test. I was curious about the percentage failure rate so I looked it up and see what you mean — apparently 9% of women will get pregnant on the pill with “typical” use (meaning not perfect use). I’m so used to seeing the 99% number that I hadn’t really given it much thought. It’s unlikely that you are pregnant if you have been taking the pill at the same time every day and haven’t been on antibiotics, but it’s certainly not impossible. 

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

If you’re on birth control, then you shouldn’t be ovulating.  Are you not taking your birth control properly? Why are you stressing yourself out by testing?

Post # 11
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

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@Natalie9:  Negative… why are you taking tests if you are on birth control? did you imss a period? Forget a pill? Go on antibiotics? This is a dangerous road to go down. If you are using it correctly then you are actully NOT ovulating so it doesn’t matter when you have sex b/c there shouln’t be an egg released. You did not have unprotected sex… you are on birth control… anyways… take a red dye test in a few days “to be sure” and then STOP obsessing over this… it’s going to be a tough road ahead if you start this kind of worrying. 

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