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    An_185542 posted:
    Had my cycle on Aug 6th, I am on no BC havent been since February. HAd unprotected sex, have had slight headaches, a little bit of queasyness, thin white milky discharge, noticing more bumps around my nipples then usual, still no sign of period, and I am running to the bathroom every 5 mins and checking! Took a pregnancy test, very faint positive.

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    reb_hun responded:
    to me a positive is a positive, just to make sure you should use your first morning urine so that it's more accurate and also read it within the time frame because after so long there is expiration line. good luck!


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