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    Default Pregnant or not?

    So, I ovulated Sept 20. I had a positive ovulation test. From what I have read online, the period will come 12-16 days after ovulation. I am on day 23. I feel full, like pressure down in my uterus area, am peeing a lot and just plain feel pregnant. I have a 21 month old so I know about pregnancy. But right now I can't seem to get a solid positive test. I spotted, which I have never ever done. The pregnancy tests all show a veryyy faint second line... I thought maybe this was how the test is, but no. Older tests never showed it, and my friends test doesn't show it. But clearblue tests came back negative. Can I still be pregnant but not yet enough to show on a test? I am several days late.. Thanks!! [IMG][/IMG]

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    I go by the a line is a line rule. I would wait a couple days and test again with first moring urine, hcg doubles each day so in a couple days you should have enough for a dark line. Its still quite early on too, so hcg would not be that high yet.

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    Do you do temps or just LH (ovulation tests). Sometimes LH can rise without ovulation actually occurring.

    I had faint positives at 11 dpo and now have a bouncing 7mo old.

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    Yup a faint line is still a line, it's just early pregnancy.

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    Congratulations

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    I took ovulation tests, yes. And this morning I took another pregnancy test and the line was still faint but definitely there.. But i am only getting the faint line on this one type of test. No others like first response. But i had my 13 year old take a test that shows a line for me, and hers showed no line what so ever. I think I am pregnant but I can't prove it to anyone. Lol. I am going insane!!!

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    My body is weird and doesn't show a positive until I'm several weeks pg. I found that the dollar store or First Response tests showed the easiest for me (the red test instead of blue - ClearBlue didn't show a + at all unless I used the digital test). A line is a line - congrats!

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    I got a line 11 days past ovulation. I used dollarstore tests. I would keep testing and see if you get a darker line!

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    This is my 7mo old at 11 dpo... I actually posted it as a negative on the one website that you can vote at (and then someone said they saw a line).

    FRER the same day after someone said they saw a line...


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