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You picked up a life brand pregnancy test but the box got thrown out and you need to know which lines tell you that your pregnant?

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There are 2 areas with lines on the test. The first one will change into a + (pregnant) or a - (not pregnant)and the second will appear to show that enough urine has been sampled.

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