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First Response Pregnancy Test Faint White Line
FIRST RESPONSE Early: Result pregnancy test is reported to detect HCG up to 6 days prior to your anticipated period. 2 lines = pregnant ; 1 line = not pregnant. The intensity of the color usually is not of significance if the test is read within the directed time period. If you read some forms of pregnancy test after too long a period - an evaporation line could develop. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Testing: What did the test line show? That is the key. Faintness is not a concern. ...Read more
Re-test in few days.: The concentration and amount of your urine on the strip may affect the intensity of line appearing in the result section. It you can see the line as negative, it is highly likely negative, as these home tests are quite good/accurate. If in doubt, you can retest in a few days... Good luck... ...Read more
Defective or expired: The control line should be seen clearly. If not, then a negative test line is invalid. That test may be defective or expired. ...Read more
Took a pregnancy test & one line came out dark pink & the other line was faint.... Is that a negative preg. ?
Inconclusive: Try a different brand of test and see the results. See the photo enclosed. Also, depending upon how soon you are taking the test, your test results may not be accurate (false negative). Talk to your physician. ...Read more
Positive: Sounds like that's a positive. Congratulations.Get a more detailed answer ›
4 days until period. Faint positive lines on first response, but doctor blood test was negative. Am i pregnant?
Pregnancy Testing: The blood tests are more accurate. I would trust the doctors' tests. ...Read more
Repeat in one week.: I don't know how long after intercourse you did this test, but you might have done it too early. This tests HCG or human chorionic gonadotropin, which is made if your egg gets fertilized. This goes up each day after fertilization, so you are more likely to get a positive result the longer you wait. If you test too early, you could get a false negative result, so wait, and see dr. If no change. ...Read more
Positive (faint line) home pregnancy test 2/18, urine test at doc. Confirmed pregnancy. Home test again 2/22 still very faint + line, is this normal?
Maybe: It's best to wait a week and repeat, making sure you follow the instructions very carefully. ...Read more
Doctors urine pregnancy test was positive but line faded to a very faint line after couple of minutes am i pregnant? I'm confused?
Probably yes: The light color reflects (if not an old test) a lower level of the pregnancy hormone beta hcg. The earlier the pregnancy the lower the level and the fainter the line. Any line (in addition to the control line which is generally very dark) suggests pregnancy is present. Check again in a week if unclear or unsure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A line is a line: a faint line is still a line, it is considered faintly positive I would repeat it in a few days to a week, and if it remains positive follow up with your doctor ...Read more
Extremely but visible faint line after about 2-3mins. Evaporation or positive line on a pregnancy test? Thank you
8dpo a very faint line on pregnancy test first urine & done another 2, 2 hrs later & negative? Pregnant or not?
White line on pregnancy test after a few hours. (Looked positive) negative test the next morning. Should I test again? I'm so confused.Having symptoms
Pregnancy test pos?: Usually, home pregnancy tests are meant to be evaluated several minutes after testing. Also, usually lines showing +be results are blue or pink. A white line is usually a careful inspection of where the test would have shown a blue or pink line -- if it was +ve. However, not knowing which test you used, makes it tough to be sure. The best thing to do is see your ob for a reliable, clear test :) ...Read more
Took a Clear Blue Plus home pregnancy test at 10 days after ovulation and got a very faint positive line. Could this be a misread?
I don't know: specifics about the EPT test but the evaporation lines that I have seen were gray. ...Read more
Yes: Faint or not it could mean you are pregnant. ...Read more
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