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April 30th, 2006, 07:32 AM
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Hi Everyone,
I'm moving here from TTC after Loss. I got my positive yesterday morning, and silly me took another test this morning and the line was lighter than yesterdays line. They should be getting darker, especially since I used FMU today and the test yesterday was done in the afternoon. I think I'm on my way to a chemical pregnancy. AF is due tomorrow. I should have waited to test.
Plus I have no symptoms, no sore boobs, no excessive tiredness, no excessive peeing. I had all of those with my last pregnancy.
Anyone have advice about tests getting lighter?
Oh dear, is this what the next 9 months are going to be like!

*sigh*

Marina
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April 30th, 2006, 08:31 AM
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There are SO many reasons a test could be lighter - even if you used FMU, you may have used less urine, if you drank a lot of water the night before, it could be diluted, and so on and so forth...

Yes, you will be nervous for the next 9 months & probably the next 18 years. But congrats on the BFP! Hope you have a happy and healthy 9 months!

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Hi Everyone,
I'm moving here from TTC after Loss. I got my positive yesterday morning, and silly me took another test this morning and the line was lighter than yesterdays line. They should be getting darker, especially since I used FMU today and the test yesterday was done in the afternoon. I think I'm on my way to a chemical pregnancy. AF is due tomorrow. I should have waited to test.
Plus I have no symptoms, no sore boobs, no excessive tiredness, no excessive peeing. I had all of those with my last pregnancy.
Anyone have advice about tests getting lighter?
Oh dear, is this what the next 9 months are going to be like!

*sigh*

Marina[/b]
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April 30th, 2006, 01:44 PM
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I am the biggest worrier you'll meet and I say be happy!!! Like it was said there could be tons of reasons why the line is lighter so I wouldn't worry at all - you have no reason to!! I wish you the best of luck!!!
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April 30th, 2006, 02:46 PM
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Thanks ladies!
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April 30th, 2006, 05:16 PM
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Yes, my advice is not to worry about the line. I say not to worry but you will and yes, the next nine months are gonig to be full of worry. Welcome to the board and congrats on your BFP!
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