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    His_mrs76 posted:
    I have been very sick lately with heavy sore breasts sick stomach and a very active bladder. My husband convinced me to take a pregnancy test and it was very faint positive but I could tell there was a line and so could my husband, so I took another and I could see a slightly lighter line but my husband couldn't. We drove back to the store and bought 3 more I took one as soon as I got home and it was negative and 4 hours later I took another and it was negative. The last 2 tests were more sensitive than the first two. Could I be seeing things or did I not wait long enough? I am saving the last test for day after tomorrow, I am just confused! Has anyone else had a similar experience and were you pregnant or not?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Tests are more accurate if you use first moring urine. Urine later in the day isn't as concentrated so won't have as much of the pregnancy hormone.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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    oh and i forgot to say i have not had a period since april 15.

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