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I'm a new member here, but I've been reading your posts for awhile now. Everyone is so kind and helpful!
Now, I have a question for you all, if you can help me out I would greatly appreciate it
I believe I am about 14 DPO, but I may very well have miscounted. I took an Equate HPT on Saturday morning, clearly negative. This morning I tested just to be sure that I would still get a negative (assuming I had no chance left for a positive) with another Equate +/- test. When I first took it, I thought I could see a very VERY faint vertical line in the test window, but because it was so faint I just assumed I was seeing things and threw it out, counting it as negative.
Now I know that you are never ever ever supposed to look at a test after the time limit. But because I thought I saw something earlier that morning, I decided to look again... I opened up the test and there is a very light line there. However, this is a pink dye test, and even the horizontal line never showed up pink. So even though the vertical line isn't colored, I don't know if that makes it an evap or not. In the photo it is very hard to see... when I increase the contrast of the photo it is there for sure, but that doesn't rule out an evap.