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Hi! There are not many things that will turn a pregnancy test positive other than pregnancy. If you were my patient, I would definitely repeat the test. If you have a pregnancy crisis center, or Planned Parenthood, etc in your city, you might want to ask them for help. Lots of times they have free ones. Good luck! Dr B
I don't know where you live but in Tyler Texas there is a very good maternity home for young teenage mothers expecting, it's called Fatherheart connected with an organization called Living Alternatives. There you would have lots of help and support around you through the whole pregnancy, plus it is a really comfortable and safe home to stay in with others in the same situation :) good luck and congratulations!
2 of mine were really faint, they were a certain brand then the other three I took were dark lines. if you were like I was try different brands and the cheap ones work too! its the same ones as the doctors use! light lines just mean you are not that far along yet and your horomone levels are still gradually getting higher! good luck and congrats!
You probably are pregnant. Do not panic. I was 15 when I had my first baby. An amazing little boy! I still graduated highschool, went to college and we are doing amazing now. It will be A LOT of hard work but it is possible! Good luck!
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