Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that I usually tell my patients to wait until their period is late before testing--that saves money and anguish. If your tests were positive, that could mean a very early pregnancy that miscarried. This is called a chemical pregnancy, because it only shows up on the tests and otherwise you would never suspect. The only reason that you should get pregnant if you are taking birth control is if you missed a pill or two, or are taking them irregularly. If you are concerned, you could ask your doctor for a blood test. These are very slightly more accurate than the urine test. Hope this helps! Dr B
My sugesstion is if you do have a set date where you get your monthly. Test a week after that for the best results. early test can give faint results I did that got a faint test and didn't get a dark line til a week later ! Amazon has a 50 pack test w/100 ovulation test for $12:) good luck
Get a Digital test. Most likely, you are pregnant, if there was a faint line and not an evaporation line. I just got 2 Clear Blue Digitals for under $10 at Walmart. The peace of mind is totally worth spending more for digital. They don't leave you wondering. I also suggest waiting a day or two more to see how you're feeling.
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