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    After the equate + yesterday, is this $tree too light?
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    I think it just varies from test to test - I had a FRER @ 12DPO and it was that light! (and it was the DAY OF my missed period!) Hcg, hormones, tests - it all varies - I don't think there is a "too light" - a BFP is a BFP!

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    here it is at 10 minutes and darkened.
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    I can't see it at all in the first two pics, but I see it clearly in the bottom one after it dried.
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    I can see it! I used the same tests and frer this pregnancy and the $store one was like yours and the frer was much darker. I just think it depends on the test and wouldn't be concerned. Congrats
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