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hello everyone, quick question was just wondering if anyone has done a test and left it for a while, gone back to it later in the day to see a very faint line .i know that this is a evaporation line but i wanted to know if anyone has actually been pregnant and the evaporation line was actually a positive line?? sorry if this sounds confusing any help or personal experiences would be fab!!!!
I'll bet that LOTS of women have had that experience. Your best two options are either to take a blood test--they are ever so slightly more sensitive than the urine tests, or continue re-testing with the urine tests. IF you are pregnant, the line will get darker and turn sooner. Hope so!
I'm pregnant right now and when I did my first test I left if for 30 mins and came back saw a faint line but thenext day it was darker did one the next day it was faint after 10 mins again got a little darker throughout the day 3 days later did another test after 5 mins i saw the faintest line thought I was crazy hasent gotten any real positives yet so 2 days later I think i was 3 days to getting my period with a 30-32 day cycle I did a digital so there was no guessing if I was crazy ot not sure enough I'm not crazy :) yay for me lol my suggestion keep testing
Hi there! I just found out Tuesday that I am pregnant(I'm 39), still in shock but excited! I took my pregnancy test the day after being late and after a minute there was just one line, i was thinking"shewwweeee, girl you were being way too paranoid"...THEN...i looked a couple minutes later and low and behold as my eyes almost fell out of my head, there was a faint pink line. I have two Daughter's 11 and 18, this was a HUGE unexpected surprise and am having a lot of mixed emotions right now and am scared to death...i haven't taken another one, i still havent started. I am pretty regular, and have had two children, my boobs hurt sooo bad, and i have other symptoms.... I know I'm pregnant. instead of being consumed with worry and uncertainty my dear, just run to the store and get yourself another test, or what the Dr. suggested and have a blood test done. Good luck to you, take care!!! :)
i am not supposed to have my period for anther 2 weeks and when i went to the bathroom i had some light blood that i noticed after i wiped. i was on the depo for 3 yrs and got off in may 2010 and had a light period in june or july but had a normal period on the 14th of august that didnt last long and was light. i had intercourse couple of weeks before i had some major cramping couple days later and now the light bleeding could i be pg when should i test...
this could be helpful never had any of this before email me at s_lucas_2007***@**** or just send me a messae and let me know...
How soon can pg symptoms come on? I feel stupid but a week ago I had unprotected sex and today I felt extremely dizzy this morning and I had to wake up almost every 2 hours to go to the bathroom and now I'm feeling really nauseous and bloated. .
I know one week is too early to start feeling anything but I'm just wondering if anyone else has gone through this? Or if it's even possible to start getting pg symptoms..? Let me know please.
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