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What does blue mean on a pregnancy test?

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Answered 2007-07-04 15:08:46

It depends on what that pregnancy test uses to indicate pregnancy. Read the directions carefully to see what they use to indicate a positive or negative pregnancy test.

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It is the control line. Meaning that the test is valid. If there is no line that means the test is bad so use another. If the blue line shows it means the test is good. The blue line DOES NOT mean you are pregnant.


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I don't know the blue line and the pink line mean? I don't know the blue line and the pink line mean?


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it means that youre pregnant. no line is "not pregnant"


It means you have a positive pregnancy test.


Clear blue pregnancy test can tell almost straightaway, and you can buy them almost anywhere. Hope this helps :-)


You could be or you could be and are loosing the pregnancy. Wait a week or two and retest to see what it tells you.



It depends on the test. Read the instructions on the test kit you purchased.



That should be a positive. The square window is probably a control. Call the maker of the pregnancy test to be sure.




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