Should LH be this dark on cd5?

Hello, we’ve been ttc for a little over 2 years. I thought we finally conceived this month but then I started spotting a day before expected af (I never spot before af) 

Spotted on cd 28 (Which I thought might be IB) then next morning had a light flow on what I called CD1, heavy flow on cd2, started kinda heavy and ended the day spotting on cd3 and now I’m barely spotting cd4. My periods are normally 6/7 days with 3/4 days of heavy bleeding. Took an ovulation test this morning and it’s reading as a 0.35 on the premom app. I thought the line would be barely visible if I was still on my period so I’m confused. Anyone ever went through something like this? 

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  • LizB
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    It's still negative, it's not as dark as the control line. But if you're concerned it could be a sign of a hormone imbalance (for example, women with PCOS can have elevated LH even without pending ovulation), then seek out advice from a fertility specialist. After 2 years of TTC it would be a good idea anyway, if you're not already.

  • 1 month ago

    That isn't "dark."  It's completely normal to always have a second line of varying darkness/lightness.  LH levels fluctuate.

  • 1 month ago

    I just took another LH test and it’s even darker than the first one

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