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Blue dye tests are known for evap lines. I got an evap line on a blue line test at 9dpo that looked exactly like a positive, but a negative on a pink dye test. I'm sorry momma, I hope you get your BFP on a pink dye or digital.
Well they can't be evap if they show up immediately and stay ... can they??? I have at least a dozen blue dye tests like this.... The line appears within 30 seconds or so and stays. But I can't get a positive on a pink dye... :/
My evap showed up right away and stayed. I'm not saying yours is an evap..that's just what happened to me. I took 4, and 3 had an evap line. A dozen tests is a lot for that to happen to though. I don't know..that is odd.
I saw your tests in the other thread. I know A Lot of people are getting a ton of evaps on the blue dyes and they show up immediatey. I never trust the blue dyes bc they bring so much disappointment to people. Keep testing with a frer or digi. Even the dollar store ones work great.
I am going for a blood test tomorrow. Today I have felt somewhat crampy, which is unusual - I NEVER cramp. And I'm not even sure I would define it as crampy ... it feels like microbursts of pressure in the bottom of my pelvis. It's weird. :/