if there is any kind of 2nd line at all i mean barely hard to see faint, it most likely is pregnant, you may just have a high hormone level. the second line is reading some kind of hormone from the placenta, just to make sure though, take another hpt in a couple of days and then if its still positive then to make double sure go take a blood testanswerI agree with the above answer on taking a second test but if that is positive too why waste money on a blood test? it is unnecessary.
Not likely. As long as your pregnancy test was not expired, and you performed it correctly, if you are pregnant, it will be positive. My first pregnancy test was positive BEFORE my period was late. See your doctor regarding your irregular periods if it concerns you. No rush.make sureNever trust home pregnancy tests you should see a doc.
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