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Yes, I'm still poas. My question is- why is the control line getting lighter? At 19dpo, both lines are about equal. The 22dpo control line is way lighter than 19dpo control line. I know I shouldn't analyze these tests so much, but I'm curious.
__________________ I'm Amy Delight yourself in the LORD, and He will give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4
As mommyandwife08 said, the stronger the reaction at the test line, the more dye it sucks up. That leaves less dye for the control line, which make it appear lighter. The last stick I peed on, the control line was a total squinter! It's a good thing, means you've got lots of hCG to react with the test line!