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Q: I received a faint positive first response 2 days ago and negatives since then. Am I pregnant?

Is it possible to receive a positive test and negative test since then and still be pregnant?

This question was asked May. 6, 2012 12:55am
Category: Am I Pregnant?

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Answered by SunniJean - May. 6, 2012 10:16am
:( I'm scared.... I want to be pregnant so bad and I wouldn't have even tested had I not started getting nauseated and cramping after spotting. Every person knower my first response to on Thursday told me it was a positive that any second line no matter how faint on those tests is a positive. This was my time finally. I felt so much bliss and now I feel it's been taken from me. I hate this. Thank you for responding. I appreciate it.

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Answered by a member - May. 6, 2012 9:59am
I'd wait on the blood test results. You might have suffered a chemical pregnancy. Good luck!

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Answered by CaMiMa - May. 6, 2012 2:24am
I'd have an HcG blood test, just in case. It's more sensitive and will tell you the levels in your blood. If you are, or were pregnant, it's the safest way to know.
Did you have the other tests with the same brand? If not, it could be that they're simply less sensitive and you had false negatives. ;)

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Answered by SunniJean - May. 6, 2012 2:32am
I am actually waiting on a blood test that will show my hcg levels now. They should be ready by Monday. First response was the tests I took. I got one very faint positive and then the next day got an even fainter positive and then negatives today. Just was curious if I could still be pregnant. I'm nauseated, cramping, headache, sore boobs, fatigue... Just blah.

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