Okay so I've been testing since 8DPO like a crazy person and have gotten lots of conflicting results. Have finally admitted to myself that I'm not pregnant and am just waiting for AF. However, I've still been testing FMU until AF shows with ICs because my REs office wanted me to make absolutely sure I'm not pregnant since I had to stop taking progesterone due to bad side effects. This is what I got this morning. I'm not sure if anyone will be able to see it or not but this is basically what all of my ICs have looked like. I'm not sure what to think about it. This is probably the 10th one that's looked like this since 8DPO. Could I have gotten a bad batch or something? I haven't tested with a FRER for a week now and if AF doesn't show tomorrow then I'll test with one Friday just to be sure. My cycle is already longer than usual but I'm on meds so that's not too weird or anything. Anyway, thoughts? Evap? Or what? I've just never seen tests look like this every time I take them and I'm confused.
I can barely see something in the middle test but looks like an evap line. Progesterone can delay AF so maybe that's why you're having a really long cycle. Are you sure you have ovulated and if so are you sure of the date? I couldn't click on your chart to see.
I O'd on CD15 could be CD16. I'm on Femara too and had a monitoring u/s on CD14 and the doc said I'd O any day and I had all the O pains the next day and even called the office and they told me to count that day as the official O day. I've had cycles this long before when I was on Clomid so I don't find it too strange that I haven't started yet. I stopped the progesterone two days ago though and my doc's office seemed to think that'd bring AF on and it hasn't. I think maybe taking it just got me all screwed up this cycle. I definitely don't trust a test that looks like that so I'll just wait and see. Thanks for the input. I'm thinking evap too.
goodness, I hope something comes about. I hope for a positive for you but if that's not to be then I hope your cycle gets a move on it so you can get on with it.