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pregnancy Tests

(3 Posts)
BMcass18 Fri 04-Sep-15 21:40:19

Okay, so I need some advise. I've had my period on July 31st, was a regular period. Then had unprotected sex on the 9th of August. Then I had my periods on the 20th of August again. But I was on for 4 days. On the 27th I took a HPT and it had a very faint positive line.
I've been feeling bloated and decided to take another HPT on the 2nd of September, and the same result appeared. I usually tell when I get my periods when my breasts hurts extremely bad, but it didn't. I took a Clear Blue digital test on the 4th and did this at night and it came out "not pregnant." But I'm still not convinced for I've had some symptoms like fatigue and get very light cramps. What should I do? Should I wait another 2 weeks to see if I get my periods? For it was unusual to happen twice in one month.

Hopefulnewbie Fri 04-Sep-15 22:03:04

I'm no expert so just trying to give a little advise until someone else with more information comes along..
Are you sure they faint lines weren't evap lines? (Not trying to sound stupid but it's easily done) as in, did you look at the tests in the time frame? Or did you soak the sticks you used? This can sometimes show evap lines
Was ur August bleed as normal or very light? I know some ladies on here have had implantation bleeds that sometimes mistaken for periods.
To be honest , if I was you I would wait a few days and do another test first thing in the morning
You can drive yourself insane trying to read symptoms and guessing (I did)

mummyneedinganswers Fri 04-Sep-15 22:09:04

Clear blue are notorious for giving people negative results when they are intact pregnant. The cheaper tests are normally more sensitive as clear blue require a higher hormone level

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