My question is that I take a pregnancy test and it come out sightly positive

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  1. profile image45
    starlight200790posted 7 years ago

    My question is that I take a pregnancy test and it come out sightly  positive

    my question is that I take a pregnancy test and it come out sightly  positive and one came out dark then the other one is lighter so what dose that mean

  2. wychic profile image87
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    It means positive. If there's a second line at all (or a crossed line, if it's one of those + ones), then it's a positive result. The result is often weaker if you're very early on or edging on the second trimester, or if you took the test during the day when you'd already had quite a bit of fluid before taking the test. If you want a second opinion, then take the test again first thing in the morning before adding any fluids to the system. I hope this is a happy thing, and that congratulations are in order smile.

  3. Onlinemidwife profile image82
    Onlinemidwifeposted 7 years ago

    A positive result is most certainly accurate its when you have a negative result with no sign of your period which can be a false-negative!  It could also be a very early pregnancy which can account for the faded weaker line....try what wychic says but if you are still not sure then repeat the test in a week and you will have a strong positive result as the tests detect the levels of pregnancy hormones in your urine and as your pregnancy progresses then the levels will get higher. Hope this helps! x

  4. Mrs. Robin Hood profile image60
    Mrs. Robin Hoodposted 6 years ago

    Even a slight line can indicate that you are pregnant. It might just mean that the hormone levels in your urine were not very high. I would recommend you see a doctor immediately. Congratulations!

  5. Bmorton24 profile image59
    Bmorton24posted 6 years ago

    try going to a local health department.. usually their pregnancy tests are free

 
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