17 with possible pregnancy

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  1. TaylorGrace

    TaylorGrace New Member

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    I started having weird symptoms and bought two first response early detection tests.
    Symptoms: switching between nausea and hunger, occasional lightheadedness, spotting that began as very light pink and progressed to more brown and in slightly larger amounts, mild stomach cramps/weird feeling, butterflies in tummy, mild pelvic pain/twinges, lower back pain
    Monday (5-6 days before period): took a test even though it was a little to early but needed to calm nerves. Test came back clearly negative
    Thursday (today; 2-3 days before period): took another test and there was an extremely faint positive line. It was barely visible but there and more easily visible under a light
    What are the odds I’m pregnant? I’m on the pill and take it on time. I was on antibiotics a week before having sex and we didn’t use extra protection.
    PLEASE HELP
     
  2. Rebaby

    Rebaby Mum to 2 boys

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    I'd say statistically your chances of being pregnant are pretty low but that doesn't mean it doesn't happen! My sister has two beautiful daughters both conceived on the pill, so no method is 100% reliable!

    All that said, a faint positive is still a positive- there must be some hcg levels present for there to be even a faint line. My advice would be to test again with another FRER the morning after your period is due to see if the line is there and has darkened at all.

    I hope things work out the way you want them to.
     
  3. love.peace

    love.peace Mama

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    A line is line unless it's an evap.
    Have you tested again? Good luck
     
  4. Isabella m

    Isabella m New Member

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    dude i am in the same exact situation and idk what to do either. it says that morning sickness comes in like week six but this morning at 8am i went to practice nauseous and threw up twice, no fever and i felt fine by noon. were having all the same symptoms im freaked out.
     
  5. mom2pne

    mom2pne Well-Known Member

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    The only thing I can suggest is to take another test in a couple of days. If you have missed any pills it can not be as effective. Good luck!
     
  6. Kiwiberry

    Kiwiberry Mommy to 4 miracles

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    Any update? Hope you're well :hugs:.
    Have you taken a test hun?
     
  7. LucamoreDub

    LucamoreDub Member

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    Don't worry baby, everything will be fine, even if you are pregnant, there are always ways out, and children are happiness, good luck to you, let everything be the way you want it
     
  8. Betthoi

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    Even if you are pregnant, there is nothing to worry about. You will have a wonderful child! But be sure to tell the father of the child and your parents about this - you will definitely need their support.
     
  9. mimi4

    mimi4 Well-Known Member

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    most antibiotics have no effect on how the pill works, only rifampicin-like antibiotics might make pills less effective. Home tests are not accurate and might show false positive (or negative). From what I know from iyoni app the most reliable results you will get from blood tests. Hope this helps.
     

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