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Am I pregnant?

(28 Posts)
Kir01535 Thu 04-Dec-14 01:02:40

I just need to know if I'm pregnant!! I had a pregnancy test with a very faint line, it's one of the digital ones from sainsburys but you add in your own cartridge. The digital part came up with an error but I'm pretty sure the cartridge works in the same way. There's a very faint line (see attached) I really need to know! Going to wait a few days to do another, what does everyone think?

TsukuruTazaki Thu 04-Dec-14 01:16:09

Think I can see faint line but not sure. Is this a v early test? I agree best just get another and make sure do it with FMU

Good luck

Kir01535 Thu 04-Dec-14 01:22:29

Yeah it's a very early test, I missed my November period and took two tests which both said negative, but still kept trying. I took this test and there's a faint line (i agree the photo isn't clear) but I can definitely see another line on there. I must only be a week or so pregnant if I am. But it's killing me, keep getting different answers from different places!

skyra13 Thu 04-Dec-14 08:00:40

Mine had a very faint line like this, I then did a digital one and said 1 to 2 weeks pregnant so congrats I would say that's a positive smile

TheTravellingLemon Thu 04-Dec-14 08:03:41

I can definitely see a faint line, so assuming that the test is okay (because of the error) congratulations! I would retest in a couple of days though.

clairexxx Thu 04-Dec-14 08:08:16

I can see a faint line too. Mine was a faint line too and I test every day and kept seeing faint lines to the point I thought I was imagining it! Took a digital tesr from tesco which said pregnant yesterday! I popped the cartridge out and mine had 2 lines. I would try again in a couple if days!

Kir01535 Thu 04-Dec-14 08:35:41

Aww thanks so much you guys, I have butterflies reading your comments. I just hope I'm not going mad.
Congratulations Claire. I'm going to buy a pair of tests today and take another today, and another in a few days because I cannot wait, it's driving me insane! ��

Jodie1982 Thu 04-Dec-14 08:54:50

Ooooo I see another line! Look forward to hearing your update.

Kir01535 Thu 04-Dec-14 09:36:31

Just done two more tests and both are definite negitives! confused sad so upset, why the hell did the other one give me two lines? And where is my period!? This is starting to become frustrating! I've no idea when I'm ovulating due to inconsistent periods, it's just so stressful. Thanks everyone x

clairexxx Thu 04-Dec-14 10:03:14

Were the two tests you just took the same brand as the one that gave you the faint line? I went a little poas crazy this month and thought I saw a very very faint line on an cheap internet strip. It was so faint I couldn't see if afterwards. Next day I took a tesco normal one and a clear blue digital and got bfn's. Then the day after I used the second tesco normal one and got a faint line. Took a cheapie one from b&m and got a faint line, even took an opk and got a positive and I new I wasn't ovulating a few days before AF.

Kir01535 Fri 05-Dec-14 23:46:18

No they weren't the same brand, I feel weird too. Don't want to TMI but my nipples are really sore and have been for days. I never get sore breasts when due on either so it's very strange. Do you think there could still be a possibility?

WrappedInABlankie Fri 05-Dec-14 23:52:31

You're not supposed to take apart digital test as they always have two lines! Sorry

Apart from the clear blue digital with conception it has 3.

Sorry

Kir01535 Fri 05-Dec-14 23:55:45

The Sainsburys ones you don't take apart, you just slot the strip into the digital part and then remove once you have your answer. I think it's weird too but it wasn't two real lines either it was a faint line like it has picked something up? I dunno... Might do one tomorrow with fmu

Jenny1231990 Sat 06-Dec-14 00:22:31

I hope you get the answers you need ASAP. I've heard that the superdrug tests are really good. Maybe try one in a couple of days, I know how hard it is to wait. Good luck x

FastWindow Sat 06-Dec-14 00:27:35

Both of my bfps were from tesco cheap sticks.

I really really hope you get your bfp .

WrappedInABlankie Sat 06-Dec-14 00:35:09

But it's still classed as a digital and you shouldn't read the sticks. Most digitals have two lines as one is a control and the other one has a hcg line that picks something up as the urine passes over it even if your hcg is 5< I got two lines when I had a neg on the tesco's and sainsburys ones

Kir01535 Sat 06-Dec-14 00:47:59

Okay, thanks. I just thing in plucking at straws here, but no sign of my period, sore boobs (never had that at any point in my cycle) and feeling strange. But hopefully I will get a bfp soon enough. Let's hope and wish x

FastWindow Sat 06-Dec-14 00:52:36

At the risk of sounding trite... Time Will tell.

Do please update x

CattyCatCat Sat 06-Dec-14 00:52:54

Congratulations! That's a line!

FastWindow Sat 06-Dec-14 00:54:08

The boob thing was a real thing for me BTW. Big red nipples. Like wtf? And bigger, too. Bonus!!

WrappedInABlankie Sat 06-Dec-14 01:07:34

I hope you get your bfp! Try a sainsburys or tesco's standard one they worked well for me on early lines

lowra Sat 06-Dec-14 08:17:08

Hi OP, do you know when exactly your period should be due?

Christelle2207 Sat 06-Dec-14 08:23:12

My early digital bfps looked like that. Recommend the superdrug ones. Good luck. In the very early stages its very possible to get conflicting views as hcg levels grow.

AdorableAbbie Sat 06-Dec-14 11:34:48

For me, It's a positive you are pregnant.
Congratulations.

Kir01535 Mon 15-Dec-14 16:58:17

Still getting faint lines but these are both on normal tests... What does everyone think? I'm pretty scared ATM. I was adamant I wanted a baby, now it's happened I have so many emotions running through my head. Is this normal? I'm shaking? Just done these two, lighting wasn't very good but you should be able to see....

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