Here's my story in a nutshell: I got pregnant in September and miscarried at 7 weeks. I'm pregnant again, and I'm about 6 weeks along. I've noticed that, even though I took the tests at the same time in each pregnancy, there is a definite difference in the lines. Give me your opinions. Do you think the lines in my recent test are darker because my hormones are going up like they're supposed to? When I was pregnant last time, my doctor said I had a blighted ovum and that nothing ever really started developing. I'm just curious to know what you all think after looking at the pictures. Thanks!
This is a test that I took 6 weeks pregnant back in September. Notice the light appearance of the lines.
This is a test from this pregnancy that I took today. I'm 5 weeks and 5 days. The lines appear very much darker.
I hope this means that this pregnancy is progressing as it should.
There is two lines...doesn't matter how dark or light. A positive is a positive.
The line varies depending on how much you pee on them too.
I hope this pregnancy goes well! *sticky dust!*
Quoting amethyst rain:
A line is a line. You're pregnant. Congrats!!
Good luck and lots of *sticky dust* to you!
the amount of hormone doesn't matter with pee tests.. only blood tests..
there was probably more die in this recent test..
but sticky dust to you!!
Thank you all for the congrats and sticky dust. :)
Yeah, if there is 2 lines, you're pregnant!
it's a positive. i took three tests in one day (disbelief) and the lines got lighter as i kept taking them.
two lines is two lines.
good luck with this pregnancy! :D
Quoting ~*~Lydia Rene'~*~:
Quoting *I love my daughters!*:
OMFG..she isn't asking if its positive! She is asking if that means there is more HCG this time. Geeze.
Quoting mama of Lorelai ♥:
Are they the same brand?
I took my first PT and the one line was very light. Then I took one a few days later I took an other one. BOOM the one that was lighter turned out darker then the second line. I don't think it matters. Honest. It just means therr is more pregnancy hormones in your pee. Nothing to do with the actual development.