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    Am I crazy? Faintest of faint line?
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    MWM2011 posted:
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    I honestly don't see anything but that may be due to picture quallity. If you think you see a line, wait a few days and re-test.
    Proud mommy to PJ (4)
     
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    aka85 responded:
    I see a VERY faint second line to the right of the dark line. I would retake in the morning. Resist the temptation of taking again at night or middle of the day. HCG levels are their highest first thing in the morning.
     
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    72678 responded:
    when did u test? are u late or did u test before expected period with my last pregnancy the first time i tested was the day i was supposed to get my period and i saw a faint line then i tested the next day first thing in the morning and the line was darker then before so u should wait a day then test in the morning
     
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    MWM2011 responded:
    This test I was 9dpo. I took another test this morning and again it was a very very faint line. I think it is a little clearer than 2 days ago, but not by much.

    Should I be getting a clear at 11dpo? I expect my period today or tomorrow.


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