I took two different types of pregnancy test, two of each at the same time one came out positive nd the other came out negative. So a lil later I did the same thing nd the same answers came up I really don't know what to do! Should I take another kind to see if it happens again I don't know I am confused!! Any optios?
I'm gonna say that the hormone level in your urine isn't very high and that by the time you take the second test its even lower and that's why its coming up negative. Try peeing in a cup and dipping both tests in the urine I'd you want to retest but I'm gonna say you're most likely pregnant :)
I used the cheap brand.. cvs pregnancy test work well. Walmart equate test work well. I always tinkled in a cup because I never liked the thought of putting my hand down there while I went p bit I'm weird lol. That and when you go in a cup it allows you to do more than one test at a time. Try to use first morning because they hormones are stronger. Good luck I hope you are!
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