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    Can I still be pregnant
    Anon_41179 posted:
    I took TWO pregnancy tests and they both came back with positive results. one faint blue line and one strong blue line. However, I am also on my menstral cycle. Is is possible to still be pregnant?
    scperdomo7 responded:
    This forum is for women who are already pregnant. You would find some great feedback in the Could I Be Pregnant forum.

    However, there are some instances where a false positive could happen. There are also instances where a woman could still have regular bleeding (which looks like a menstrual cycle) while also pregnant.

    The only way to know for sure what is going on is to make an appointment with your OBGYN. Even experts in an online forum cannot tell you without a doubt if you are or arent pregnant. When having unprotected sex, there is always a chance of becoming pregnant.

    Make an appointment with your doc and good luck.

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