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Blue dye or pink dye pregnancy test?? kehia+2 82 kids; 2 angel babies; Virginia Beach, Virginia 436 posts
24th Apr

which do you prefer?

Stephanie ♥ Emmett ♥ Bab Due January 24 (girl); 1 child; 1 angel baby; Columbia, CT, United States 6882 posts
24th Apr

pink

lise ♡ 1 child; 1 angel baby; Cold, Ol, Canada 66893 posts
status 24th Apr

Pink, in a heartbeat.

CircleK 1 child; 1 angel baby; Federal Way, WA, United States 10865 posts
status 24th Apr

Pink

Baby ♥3♥ OTW Due January 11; 2 kids; West Virginia 11874 posts
24th Apr

Pink because If you get a really faint line on a blue test it's hard to distinguish from a line or an evap. 

*KatteyBug* Due November 18 (boy); 1 child; Madison, AL, United States 2368 posts
status 24th Apr

Pink, they have less evap lines than blue ones. 

¤Lovin'MyLilSqueakers¤ 1 child; Atlantic Beach, Fl, United States 1444 posts
24th Apr

pink all the way.

Aaliyah+1 Due October 13 (boy); 1 child; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 875 posts
24th Apr

Pink 

Grumplestiltskin Due October 31 (boy); 4 kids; United States 629 posts
24th Apr

Only ever used pink due to the higher incidence of evap lines with blue.

kehia+2 82 kids; 2 angel babies; Virginia Beach, Virginia 436 posts
24th Apr

is their a particular reason you all choice pink??? I'm curious because I got a bfp using a blue dye test today and it took about 1 minute  for the positive to show up should I re test with a pink dye?

kehia+2 82 kids; 2 angel babies; Virginia Beach, Virginia 436 posts
24th Apr

Quoting Mommy TTC #3:
Pink because If you get a really faint line on a blue test it's hard to distinguish from a line or an evap. 


my test was positive almost immediately, the test line showed first followed by the control line, just to be on the safe side ill go pick up a first response in a few

¤Lovin'MyLilSqueakers¤ 1 child; Atlantic Beach, Fl, United States 1444 posts
24th Apr
Quoting kehia+2:
is their a particular reason you all choice pink??? I'm curious because I got a bfp using a blue dye test today and it took about 1 minute  for the positive to show up should I re test with a pink dye?


If it showed that fast you're probably fine. My first test was a blue dye test, and it showed basically instantly for me. I retested with a pink, only  because my friend brought me over 2 more a pink and  another blue with the reasoning "3 positives, go to the doctor. you aren't getting three false positives if they all show up positive."

Grumplestiltskin Due October 31 (boy); 4 kids; United States 629 posts
24th Apr

Quoting kehia+2:
is their a particular reason you all choice pink??? I'm curious because I got a bfp using a blue dye test today and it took about 1 minute  for the positive to show up should I re test with a pink dye?


If you read it within the time frame it says on the box, you should be fine. Personally, I prefer pink because the blue has a tendency to have an evaporation line after the allotted time, and a lot of women think it's positive when it's not. So basically, don't pee on it and then keep digging it out of the trash to see if it turned lol.


Baby ♥3♥ OTW Due January 11; 2 kids; West Virginia 11874 posts
24th Apr

Quoting kehia+2:

my test was positive almost immediately, the test line showed first followed by the control line, just to be on the safe side ill go pick up a first response in a few


Then you don't have to worry about it 

CircleK 1 child; 1 angel baby; Federal Way, WA, United States 10865 posts
status 24th Apr

Quoting kehia+2:
is their a particular reason you all choice pink??? I'm curious because I got a bfp using a blue dye test today and it took about 1 minute  for the positive to show up should I re test with a pink dye?


If it showed up that fast, it's likely a true positive. The concern with evaps on blue dyes and faint positives would be the ones that take a while to show up.