I took a home pregnancy test last wednsday and it came up positive with a very faint line. Than friday night i went to the hospital and they said it came up negative than turned around the next day and and told me it was positive...but saturday i started having this pinching feeling and cramping feeling in my uterus...could of that been ovulation or conception? I am also having symptoms such as nuseua,sensitive sore breast and nipples,craving weird things and my stomache feels hard. Im just tired of being told i am and than im not!!!
Hi! If you were my patient, I would do a blood pregnancy test to settle the disputes. It is possible that you have a very early pregnancy and repeating the test in a week might be another solution. Good luck! Dr B
You are more than likely pregnant. I'd wait about another week or so and repeat the test again. You may be in the very early stagea of pregnancy. I am 13 weeks pregnant and I about every week get those sharp, pinching pains in my lower abdomen. Could be your uterus prepping for a baby.
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