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Faint pink line on six pregnancy tests. BFP? or evaporation lines?
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AmIpregnant posted:
Am I pregnant? I have taken 6 pregnancy tests in the last two days. I used two different types. Internet cheapie and hospital ones. They all got a very faint pink line within the 3 min time frame.

I don't know how to post a photo on here but the lines even show up on a photo even though very faint.

I would like to post the photo.

What do you think? Am I pregnant? How do know they are evaporation lines?
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Shortcake88 responded:
Honestly, I think you're pregnant! Especially if you got that many to show up! If you would like to post the pics of them...there is another website that I'm also on that you can post the pictures and the other woman can vote for what they think or leave a comment about it. But, I'm pretty sure with having 6 come up...you're definitely pregnant. You can get false negatives but hardly ever false positives. But again since there are so many, theres no way they can all be wrong . Congrats and hope this helps!

Oh and the website is countdowntopregnancy.com (you scroll over the pregnancy tests section and the second one down says HPT and OPK tests, you do have to be a member which is free to post photos though)
Me (24), DF (26), DSS (5), DD (2), DD (1). Very happy and lucky of my little family!


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