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Too impatient for my own good

Posted by: kanga609 on Tue Nov 27, 2012

I had a d&c (blighted ovum) in September. Got AF 39 days after d&c. Got clearance to try again. Today is cycle day 33 and still no AF. Before the mc I was a 30-31 day-er. Took a test 2 days ago - negative. Took another one today and it was negative again. However, when I went to throw it away I noticed either a faint positive or evaporation line. Can't tell which. Immediately took another test, this time with mid day urine. Another negative. Hours later there is no evaporation line or positive. I am driving myself crazy wanting to know. I realize the line on the fmu test is probably an evap line, but after the year I've been through, it would be nice if it's a positive in disguise.

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