I know you've been wondering. Just what does a beta of 12,691 look like on a home pregnancy test?
It's a popular question. One that maybe has been nagging at you, just at the edges of your mind.
Well, wait in suspense no longer. Turns out, I can help you out here.
First of all, let me show you what it doesn't look like.
It doesn't look like our home pregnancy test on beta day. Which looked, well, like not a whole lot really (beta = 26.8).
Instead, a beta of 12,691 (31dp5dt) looks like this:
Yowza, no mistaking the line at this point. Although when I first saw the FRER test, I panicked for a milisecond because the one line was so faint. But then I realized that the test line had soaked up all the ink, leaving the control line looking woefully insufficient.
That's some line, though, isn't it?
It's probably getting really tiresome to see these POAS posts, but I guess I just remain incredulous that we are pregnant at all, let alone that we are still pregnant.
I wonder how long it will take to sink in?