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So I stopped taking my BC pill at the end of Feb and have not had a period. I took a pregnancy test last Friday and it was negative. I tested today and POSITIVE! Well 4 actually! So how far along am I?!?! My LMP was Feb 25th. Could last week have been a false positive?! I called my Dr and have a "6wk appt " scheduled for next Friday! Help! Thanks!!
They usually go by your LMP. It's possible when you took it last Friday, it was too early to detect. The only time I've ever heard if a false positive was when someone was taking a prescription drug that created the false positive. But more than likely its not false. There's hardly ever a false positive :)
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