posted on Oct, 3 2015 @ 03:47 PM
Ha! Yes, the "ttc" community is a bit crazy. I think women start to lose it a bit when something they thought would be easy (because many had spent
lots of effort and money to avoid pregnancy for years) turns out to be hard. The desire to have a baby and the frustration of months and possibly
years of no success, or heartbreaking losses, can cause even the brightest and most well grounded woman to squint at a peestick for hours... And then
post pictures of it online in case any of the other crazies can see a line.
Anyhoo. for your question..,I don't know why it happens - if there can be something chemically wrong with the test or what. I do know that Lh and
hcg are similar and ovulation tests (which test for Lh) can register positive when pregnant. So maaaaybe the reverse could happen? Maybe both tests
would show positive when you are just having an Lh surge? Just an uneducated guess.
I will tell you this, though. The only time I've had a positive test after the time limit (not evap looking... Just a faint positive), I have been
pregnant! They started showing up quicker and darker over the course of a couple of days.
So wait a day or two and test again. It could be the very early stages of pregnancy.
I'll respectfully withhold the baby dust and other ultra cheesy well wishes from the ttc corners of the Internet. (But... Seriously.... Enjoy this
sprinkling of infant particles.)
edit on 3-10-2015 by VegHead because: (no reason given)