My period is late, and my boyfriend and I have been having unprotected sex the past 2 months. I took a test and it showed the negative line but also had another faint line coming downward on the test, so I'm unsure of the result? I've been having mild headaches lately for the past week and a a half, I've also been tired, and I hate to say it but a little gassy. I've never been one to get gassy,so that's unusual for me. I don't know what to do, I plan on buying another test, so I can find out if I am or not. If anyone can help me, or has any ideas on what I should do, please help? Please no negative comments, thank you.
it has been irregular the past few months. but the latest it came was the 25th, that's when it came last month, and i didn't get my period all of feb. and it is now march 2nd and i still have not gotten my period? I am gonna buy another test and see what the results are.
Sounds like you got a positive result on the test even a faint line is consider positive, I would get one of those Pregnant or Not Pregnant tests that way it cuts out the confusion. That or get a blood test, good luck
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