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Pregnancy test: A "faint blue" is essentially positive, but it depends on how early in the pregnancy you used the test. If the test was only 9-10 days after ovulation, it may be very faint. Test again in a week if your period has not started. If still "faint" and you are "spotting", see your healthcare provider for an HCG serum test (quantitative) to be sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3 days late 2posative clear blue digital test 1negative cheap test a negative doctor test. Am i pregnant?
If doubt then : There is not a way that we can tell you if you are pregnant if you have done one test that is positive and one that is negative. We would simply be guessing which test is correct. In this case you will need to see a doctor for a blood bhcg test. ...Read more
Taken three answer pregnancy test all faint positive fairly quickly negative clear blue digital with weeks ?
Didn't ovulate: You didn't ovulate at the usual time last cycle, i can't say why. Talk with your doctor: you can wait for your next period or take medicine to start a period. ...Read more
I don't know: specifics about the EPT test but the evaporation lines that I have seen were gray. ...Read more
First pg test positive test was EPT digital last three where negative clear blue digital now very light brownish red spotting could i still be pg stil?
I just took a answer test strip pregnancy test. It came out all pink with a dark pink and white line. Does that mean I'm pregnant?
Read instructions: Did you have unprotected sex? Did you miss a period? If yes to both, re do the pregnancy test and follow the instructions carefully. If it is negative repeat the test in 4-5 days. Use first morning urine and follow the instructions for the test carefully. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Should I retest with a pink dye test if I used blue dye preg test ? I had a thin blue line in pos window. no period since june 5th but have irreg pers
Blood Test vs Urine: It would be better to say that the blood test is able to detect smaller amounts of the hCG that indicates pregnancy. Urine home pregnancy tests are very accurate and also very sensitive, and they vary a bit brand to brand. Once you have missed your period, either test would normally detect hCG these days. Good luck! ...Read more
2 possibilities: One is that the positive test wasn't read at the 3 minute mark. If left to sit, a pregnancy test can turn falsely positive. The second possibility is that in very early pregnancy, if a woman drinks a lot of water, she can dilute down the concentration of the pregnancy hormone so as to get a falsely negative test. In very early pregnancy, using first morning urine is most accurate. ...Read more
Went to the doctor & got a blood test . Can those tell you before clear blue does , just confused cause I got 2 test with positive and clear blue neg?
Yes...: Testing for pregnancy involves testing for the hormone produced during pregnancy. Blood tests can detect the hormone earlier than the urine tests. Urine tests have varying degrees of sensitivity and the hormone needs to be present in a certain concentration before the test will register as positive. ...Read more
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