Yesterday morning I took a forelife pregnancy test. There were two lines, the one on the left is very faint. [br>I posted the picture on here under unsure and 33 people voted, all saying positive.[br>This morning I took another test and it was negative, and the second line from yesterday's test has now disappeared, I am assuming because my levels are too low.[br>Could I be pregnant?
you may want to be careful. This has happened to me once and i was showing all pregnancy symptoms and when i went to the doctor to get tested, they said I had Mono and was not pregnant. I took 2 tests wich both came out slightly positive and took one the next morning and was a flat negative. If you are experiencing tummy pains at all, i suggest going to the doctor to take a urine and a blood test to search you not only for pregnancy but the possibility of some diseases. I was so sad when i found out that i wasn't pregnant.. turns out i just had mono. What a bummer!
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