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    is it to early to do a home preg. test?
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    An_248084 posted:
    last period was Aug 25 (1st day it started) WebMD says today is the day to test if no period has come..i kinda want to wait a little bit longer i dont want any false positives... or do i go for it ? what would you do??
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    scisneroz responded:
    Your cycle is really close to mine. My last period started August 28 and I tested on Saturday and got a positive. I tested again today (Monday) and got another positive, but it was a lighter line than the first time. I have an appt. with my ob/gyn next week, but I may get impatient and test again on Wednesday or Thursday.


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