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i took a hpt and the left line came out dark but the right was this positive?

and please be nice. im not looking for sacastic answers.

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Asked by caitymarie12356 at 9:27 PM on Oct. 24, 2010 in Pregnancy

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  • yes.

    Answer by MommySwiggles at 9:30 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • yes. ur pregnant...congrats!

    Answer by mamagee1218 at 9:30 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • I haven't taken a test in years, but 1 line not pregnant 2 lines pregnant? If so, then yes, you are pregnant:)

    Answer by shanlaree at 9:30 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • NOT being sarcastic but did you read the directions? They usually even have illustrations as to what is considered neg. or pos.

    Answer by lisa89j at 9:30 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • Yep! A faint positive is still a positive. If you're still not sure, take one first thing in the morning tomorrow or the next day. Good luck!!

    Answer by musicpisces at 9:32 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • thanks (: and yes i did read the directions . it shows two lines and one line. so i didnt know if it was positive or negative. shuld i re test in the morning?

    Comment by caitymarie12356 (original poster) at 9:33 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • I took a pregnancy test when I was a week late and one of the lines was a faint pink while the other was dark pink. Congrats!

    Answer by ladyambition at 9:33 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • two lines means positive. the directions said that right? it doesn't matter how dark the lines are.

    Answer by lisa89j at 9:34 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • Mine were never dark lines.

    Answer by Musicmom80 at 9:34 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

  • If you read it within the time frame, then it can be considered positive. But if you read the test outside the time frame, I would retest, as sometimes this can occur if you wait longer then the recommended time to read the test.

    Answer by layh41407 at 9:35 PM on Oct. 24, 2010

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