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I have a very faint “positive” line on a Coles home pregnancy test can just see it and it’s pinkish.... is it positive or evaporation line? (Seems to of gotten darker over night)”, but not much)

Last very heavy period was about 6-7weeks ago

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Seems to have* gotten darker overnight doesn't matter - if you read the instructions, it says to disregard any reading past a certain time frame. Do another test, or see a doctor. But the general rule is- even the faintest of second lines is a positive.

Go to a doctor where you’ll get a definate answer rather than ask for guesses on here.

First response are better. And they dry darker so if this is the same test. I would do another one if you can’t make it to the doctors.

You would be better off either doing another test or going to the doctor to get one done.

Just do another text. Don't cheap out on homebrand this time

Better yet, go see a Doctor

If you can't work this out workout asking us then you're too fu cken stupid to raise a kid. Idiot.

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 Even though it’s worded quite rudely, I do like this answer.
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 Calm down slags
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 She’s right, tho it’s worded a little mean! Seriously, why come on here and ask a bunch of strangers what their guess is. Go to a doctor if you don’t understand how to read a pregnancy test.
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 Slags? Ridiculous.
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 ^what's your problem slag?
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 You clearly have never had any issue ttc. A very very very faint pink line on a cheap test can actually be a evap line. Ttc and desperately wanting to see a second line can mean you send yourself crazy trying to see that second line. Have a little compassion! Her ability to not know this is in no way a reflection on her ability to raise a child!
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 ^this
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 Tip rat. Potty mouthed tip rat.
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 She hasn’t said she’s having trouble trying to conceive so that’s not relevant. You are correct in saying it has nothing to do with her ability to raise a child. She’ll probably be an awesome mum. But, it’s best to see a doctor rather than ask strangers for advice. As you can see, there are different responses. I’d hate for her to get all excited because people are telling her she’s pregnant and then be let down, especially if she is having difficulties. Unfortunately some people don’t know how to word things in a polite constructive manner.
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 Tip rat?? Dude. What the f**k?
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 Tip rat and slag. You're a classy lot.
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 ^^I learnt 2 new sentences today. Awesome
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