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March 26th, 2007, 10:06 PM
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I don't know... they're definitely not positive but I don't know why it would get a little darker and then a lot lighter in the same day. It could be possible your body is trying to O and send out a surge but it's not. It's definitely something to talk to your doctor about.
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Looks like maybe you might have a bad test in the batch. Keep on testing!!!
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March 27th, 2007, 07:48 AM
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I think it just might have to do with the concentration of your urine. I think on those tests it says to test between 8am-4pm or something, because that's when the LH is highest in your urine. Besides LH changing day to day with your cycle, it also changes hour to hour during a day. So they say test around the same time every day or so. And also, you might have been more or less hydrated at certain part of the day when you took that test, accounting for the variability of the darkness of the lines. Since none of them were positive, I'd say don't worry about it and just keep testing.
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I think it just might have to do with the concentration of your urine. I think on those tests it says to test between 8am-4pm or something, because that's when the LH is highest in your urine. Besides LH changing day to day with your cycle, it also changes hour to hour during a day. So they say test around the same time every day or so. And also, you might have been more or less hydrated at certain part of the day when you took that test, accounting for the variability of the darkness of the lines. Since none of them were positive, I'd say don't worry about it and just keep testing.[/b]

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