Originally Posted by blumom2boyz
NO ONE has said, yes the line was super dark, but I only had/have a singleton.
Well, now they have.
I have a set of twins and two singletons.
With my twin pg, my + tests were indeed +, but not overly dark or impressive in any way. First beta hcg was 114.
With my last singleton pg, my + test was much, much, much darker. First beta hcg was 26.
Obviously, having a lightish line with a beta of 114 and a super dark line with a beta of 26 makes no sense, but there it is. Same brand, though obviously several years apart.
I think the replies to questions like this are to be expected on a multiples board. It gets rather, um, not sure what the word is...to answer what do indeed seem to be strange questions about the possibility of twins. If you are truly curious, have an u/s. No amount of anecdotal evidence about pregnancy test lines, morning sickness severity, how soon you start showing, when you feel movement, etc etc etc is going to answer the question of how many babies are in there accurately, so it starts to seem a bit silly.