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    Could it be???
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    McCurdygirl84 posted:
    So last I posted I had just stopped taking my BC pills...it has now been two cycles and I am due to start my period tomorrow...but...i got curious and took a test on the 20th and got a faint second line...today took a different test and got a faint plus sign....I haven't really told anyone in case the little bugger either isn't there or doesn't stick around...what do you guys think???
    Best of luck and God Blessings:)

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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Two positives on two different tests means pregnant. The lines may be light because sometimes it takes a bit for the pregnancy hormone to build in your urine.
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    McCurdygirl84 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Thanks
    Best of luck and God Blessings:)


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