If you have a very faint positive pregnancy test, then the chances are pretty good that you are indeed pregnant.
However, the likelihood, in my own experience, changes with the kind of test you're using.
If you have a very faint positive on a test that uses blue dye, like ClearBlue and most store brands, then I would absolutely not consider that positive until you confirm either with a digital test or a pink dye test from a brand like First Response.
For reasons I don't fully understand, you're much more likely to get a false positive on a blue dye test than any other.
If I were you, I would take another test, either way, two days following when you got your very faint positive. If the line is darker, then that's a good sign that you're definitely pregnant.
I had sex three days ago. Since then, I've been nauseous but I managed to eat something today. I'm also experiencing gas, constipation, slight dizziness, and lightheadedness. I also have swollen breasts, especially the left one, thrush, and I just woke up with sharp pains on my left side by and above my ovaries all the way to the middle of my stomach. It felt like PMS pains. I'm not due for another 14 days. Are these pregnancy symptoms or something else?
I'm two days late for my period and experiencing extremely sore breasts, constant headaches, slight cramping, lower back pain, and feeling sick to my stomach sometimes. My boyfriend and I started trying to conceive but stopped; however, we did have sex on my most fertile days last month. Could I be pregnant?
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