What is the deal? I have taken 7 home pregnancy tests (I'm the time of person three in a row and we got a home run time deal) the first two both lines were very very visible the second two the positive lines were faint the next on was a negative. Then I took a digital one and it said pregnant but for some reason (even though my husband and I are sure that I am) I am having a hard time being convinced. I'm pretty sure it's because I'm expecting it to be like the first one (which I know is silly because they are not all the same) and have major morning sickness, headaches, and well just feel like death. Any advice I mean I hope I am. I'd just go to the doctor but I'm out of town for the next week and a half and this is driving me crazy!
Yeah I mean i've taken them in the span of two weeks so I was just a little confused and worried with the spotting that I've had but I had spotting during my first pregnancy for the first 4 months and most of the women in my family have had the same thing. Thanks so much! I'd love for another miracle.
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