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    Am I pregnant?
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    petlover21 posted:
    My period is 12 days late. I took a HPT on Christmas and got a very faint line. So I decided to wait until New years eve to take another to confirm the positive..I took it and it was neg. Took another one this morning and was neg. again. I'm very confused about this should I contact my doctor about this or wait it out another week to see what happens?? My nipples are getting sore and have been feeling very tired like I can't get enough sleep.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, you could be pregnant. Some tests aren't as sensitive as others, even ones in the same box.

    If you want, you can request a blood test or wait and see if you miss a second period.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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