YEAHHHH I'M PREGNENT YEAHH, I WAS MAKING MYSELF CRAZY WITH THE QUESTION IF THE TWO LINES I WAS SEENING ON MY HPT WAS FOR REAL OR WHAT SO I WENT AND PURCHASED ONE WHERE IT SPELLS OUT "PREGNANT" OR "NOT PREGNANT", I HAD MY HUSBAND LOOK AT IT AND WHEN HE SAID "YEAH YOU PREGNANT TOLD YA" I CREAMED AND JUMPED AND CRIED OF JOY AGAIN AND AGAIN, SO I GUESS I SHOULD HAVE TAKEN THAT TEST RIGHT AWAY INSTED HPT WITH LINES, SO BLESSED HAVE MY ANSWERView Thread
I missed my period by 4 days now, took pregnancy test and one line is very light hard to see but other line is solid pink, so does that mean that I might be pregos?
I will wait few days and will contact my doc, since my pedriod is never been late more than one day, before when I took test I was always able to see only one solid line but now I can see other line as well only very light line,
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