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    An_250289 posted:
    did three tests already and it all come out positive. i was very surprise. today, i did another test and this one has one very red line and one that is not so red. but you can see the line. could this still mean that is positive. i don't want to disappointed my husband. we has been trying for so long now. help.
    fillingames responded:
    They say that any line is a line, no matter how faint on most of the hpt that I have seen, used. Also, if you've taken several that are positive, unless you have a reason to believe it is a false positive, such as a trigger shot, etc... you should be pretty confident! Congrats!
    prettie_cua replied to fillingames's response:
    thanks. I'm very happy too.
    jenica1432 replied to fillingames's response:

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