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I'm going to hold on to hope for you. You're still so early and I don't believe there is any consistency with those even if they are brand name. When I got my positive, I took a second one nearly a week later and it wasn't any darker.
I know that we don't really chat, but I've been wanting this for a long time for you hun so keeping you and baby in prayer.
Woman if you don't step away from the sticks I'm gonna kick your butt!
You can even read on POAS.com that multiple testing isn't a reliable form of tracking your hCG...the dye levels are different from test to test...even tests from the same pack have different dye levels...AND your body produces different levels of hCG at different times of the day...
I know me and Bobbie tested WAY better with night time urine then FMU...our FMU tests were so faint you could hardly see them and by 5 in the evening they were blaring BFPs...
TRY TRY TRY to stay positive...I know it sucks and its soooo hard...its still hard for me...but you CAN do this!!!
Like the others have said, I had a hard time with testing too. My test didn't actually get much darker for about a week. If it makes you feel any better go and get the beta done, but I would also suggest a progesterone test as well. Its not easy to stay positive after multiple losses, but there are so many reasons that this test is lighter than the other.
Thank you Mistyx5 for my siggy.