Anyone have pics of a barely there positive or one with an evap? I took one and the line is barely there but deff there if you look in the right light. I also had 2 dollar tree tests that did the same thing....so I'm concerned if I AM pregnant why aren't they getting darker? And if its evaps why do I keep getting them....and within the time limits. No insurance for at least another month so can't go to doctor ATM. Anyways if anybody had a barely there positive clear blue please post it. Tia
I've never used clear blue but I would say it's probably a safe bet that you have a faint positive and not an evap. Is it blue or pink dye? Blue dye has been known to be really bad for evap lines but I never had any with them. Evaps also have no color to them. Do the lines have any color to them? They should be getting darker but HCG only doubles every 48-72 hours. So if you're taking them before that, there's probably just not enough HCG built up yet to make it darker. Another reason for lines not getting darker would be that your HCG is gradually rising slower than normal. It could also be a blighted ovum but I wouldn't worry till you go see your dr. Only they will be able to tell you for sure. Good luck and I hope your lines start getting darker.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Trey&Genesis'momma:</b>" I've never used clear blue but I would say it's probably a safe bet that you have a faint positive and ... [snip!] ... till you go see your dr. Only they will be able to tell you for sure. Good luck and I hope your lines start getting darker."</blockquote>
Its blue dye but the dollar store was red dye. I tested over a week ago and got faints. Then went to er two different occasions and had a urine done both time which were negative. So I'm thinking I should have darker lines by now. Maybe I'm having horrible luck with evap lines
Quoting loving my three:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Trey&Genesis'momma:</b>" I've never used clear blue but I would ... [snip!] ... time which were negative. So I'm thinking I should have darker lines by now. Maybe I'm having horrible luck with evap lines"
I can understand that. I'm just saying that I have heard cases like this before where home pregnancy tests say positive but a dr or ER says negative and it goes back and forth till a blood test confirms pregnancy. If the lines weren't easily noticeable, some places like the er might consider them negative too. I would honestly ask for a blood test for confirmation. Urine pregnancy tests aren't always accurate and it's not gonna make you feel any more at ease till you know for sure anyways. It COULD be evaps but if there was color to the line, it shouldn't be evaps. That's why I said you need to just get bloodwork to know.