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should i take another test or was this a negative

By October 7, 2011 - 7:33pm
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ok well i went to walmart and bought a equate pregnancy test and i toke it in the store so when i took it i sat there and looked at it and i saw a line i was freaking out so when i saw the line i was sooo happy because i knew one line meant no pregnant i went home and something told me to go look the test up on the Internet so i did and guess what . . . i was looking at the wrong ******* window lol so i tried to think back to remember what the other side looked like and all i can remember was one big line but i don't think it was finished because it looked like wet notebook paper so idk if im pregnant or not im sooooo lost can anyone if they think i should go take the test or again or is it no need because of the wet looking line in the window ?

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Hi xoxolovee,
When you take one of those pregnancy tests, your urine actually absorbs through the paper and that is why it has that wet paper look. Unfortunately, Equate is not highly rated for "easy to read results". To answer your question, would almost be guessing as you are second guessing and you actually saw the results. Clearblue Easy or even Clear Blue Easy digital are much more user friendly. The digital one actually has the words "pregnant" or "not pregnant" instead of trying to read lines or faint lines. If you have any concern, I would certainly try another test and possibly try one that is easier to decipher.

Can you keep us posted on your results?

Good luck,

October 8, 2011 - 8:16am
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