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    very very faint line.am I preg?
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    soulmates492014 posted:
    I took a CVS brand Early pregnant test a few days ago and it had a very very faint positive line...but went and got one from dollar tree today and got no positive??? I'm wanting a baby but now I'm scared to go to Dr and see....what's your opinion PLEASE
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    lovebird79 responded:
    If you have not yet missed your period, than wait until it is missed.

    Also, wait about 7 days after you got your faint line, then take another test. I found the First Response tests work the best.

    I understand the fear, but it's better to know than to not know.
    If you aren't already, start taking some prenatals and if you aren't pregnant, than just try again. Conceiving often requires patience.

    Good Luck.


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