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So my boyfriend and I have sex unprotected and he pulls out. The other night I got sick after eating. So I went and got a pregnancy test and it didn't ever show all the way. I haven't taken another since and its been a few days. My breast hurt very badly, I have mood swings, and I'm hungry, but cant eat a lot. I have some cramping. What should I do?
I would say you are pregnant! a faint line, any line = positive. that line only becomes active if there is pregnancy hormone in your urine. I did 4 different tests on 4 different days, every one came up with a line, darker each time. being faint just means you are very early in pregnancy...as i always am when i find out ( i always have a particular dream when im pregnant. so i found out at 2W6D!!!) good luck!
When i was 5wks pregnant the line was sooo faint. It goes by your hcg levels which increase as your pregnancy gets further along. I would get a digital one if I was you that way you dont have to worry about a line :) or have a dr do a blood test. Hope everything works out
I found out I was pregnant very early. I dont know exactly how far along, but I missed my period by 1 dat and immediately went to my boyfriends house and took a pregnancy test at his house. We bought the two pack but I took the first one and we waited for maybe 10 minutes but it seemed like at least an hour! We kept checking and nothing! But then I took one last look and I saw a dark line and a very faint one that was just starting to show and I just had a feeling I didn't need the other test. I told my parents a week later, we scheduled the appointment for Jan 30th and that day they told me I was around 5 weeks pregnant. I took the test at the beginning of January. Those tests rarely lie! I dont see how it could seeing as how it detects a chemical only found in pregnant women. I did take another test before the one that worked, and it was defective because it was just blank.
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