Taking a pregnancy test is extremely stressful, whether you’re trying to conceive (TTC) or not. Even more stressful? When you can’t quite tell what the results are, or if you get the dreaded “line eyes.” Line eyes is a common term used by women in TTC boards who feel like they’ve been staring so long and hoping so much, they see a line that’s not there on their pregnancy test. What happens if you see your “Big Fat Positive” (BFP) and then it evaporates? What does it mean if the line on your pregnancy test disappears?
According to OB-GYN Kameelah Phillips, a primary reason the pregnancy line disappears is because you’re testing too early. For the most accurate results, you’re supposed to test two weeks after you ovulate. “If the pregnancy is very early, the hCG level in your urine may just meet the threshold for…
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