Two lines in one window is a test that did not perform well, unless is a definite + or a faint + . You should have a - in one window that shows that the test works well. You can send it back and they will send you a new one. Buy anothre brand in the meantime and repeat it. All the best.
If it is digital you are not supposed to read the lines, only the "pregnant" or "not pregnant." If it is a regular one, it means you are not pregnant or the test was not done correctly.
congrads your preggers!
You take a pregnancy test. You can buy one and do it yourself. You can buy them from the chemist or supermarket. You have to pee on a stick. There are 2 types - digital or non digital. With a digital pregnancy test, it will either say 'pregnant' or 'not pregnant'. With a non-digital test, it has lines and you have to follow the instructions to find out what the lines mean. These are more complicated to understand than digital, but are generally cheaper. Or, you can go to the doctor or school nurse. The school nurse will probably do a pee on stick pregnancy test. The doctor will do a blood test which can tell you if you are pregnant or not.
The digital pregnancy tests are the same set up as the basic tests. You will urinate on the test (or dip it in your fresh urine) and it will say positive or negative, but if you were to take the test apart the inside has the strip that will show with the one (if negative) or two (if positive) lines. From my experience, sometimes the test will display a negative reading but the strip will be positive with a faint line so always double test a few days later.
2 lines pregnant; one not.
If you read up on the digital test, they say don't take them apart (remove the strip) cause they have 2 lines and it does not mean you are pregnant.
At the equator the lines are furthest apart.
Lines of latitude are always the same distance apart.
Lines of longitude are farthest apart where they intersect the line of the equator.
Yes, there should be, otherwise if one it is only negative. GREAT TEST to take!!!!
They are called parallel lines
I think it means it's void, could be due to not enough urine on the test or a problem with the test.
if the test is digital it means it doesn't give u any lines at all it just simply states " Pregnant" or " Not Pregnant" that's it. So, I'm not sure where u are seeing this line.
They are parallel lines
They are parallel lines
Most likely yes, you are pregnant or were. I don't think a pregnancy test can read positive without HCG present and HCG is produced by pregnancy. If it is a digital pregnancy test and reads positive you are definitely pregnant. Do be aware of evaporation lines that are gray or colorless. Make sure this positive line is colored. If the positive lines are not all colored you could be seeing the evaporation line which could be misread as a positive.
Two lines should show up If you are pregnant on a pregnancy test /:
Parallel lines are the same distance apart for all points along the line.
Idk ask someone who was pregnant already and that should tell u
A blank pregnancy test means only one thing that you have used broken or defective test. For every traditional pregnancy test, there appear two lines. The first one generally appears to show that the test is working appropriately while the second one appears if you are pregnant. In case of digital test, there appears an hourglass that appears on the digital screen once you begin to test if nothing appears (means blank) it means the test is defective.
Contour lines on a map means distance. It is usually far apart.
the further apart the gentler the slope