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Am I Pregnant?

By June 5, 2009 - 9:31am
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I was writing because i wanted an opinion.. My last period was April 11th, and its now June 5th. About a week afta my period was due i had sum spottin and little cramps like my period was about to come. My period is on a 30 day cycle.. Ive unprotected sex many times. im tryin to concieve. I took mutilple pregnancy tests since my missed period. i took 2 last week they were from the dollar store they had a very lite line. the other ones i took were from walmart but i dnt knw if i seen a line or not. my nipples are sore now, i keep urinating,when i wake up anytime of the day i feel sick, and i been havin weird cravings.. Do you think i should take another test???

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your welcome and thank you

August 21, 2009 - 4:12pm

i want to thank you for all your help.. i took the blood test in june and i wasnt pregnant... but i jus found out wednesday that i am.. thanks

August 21, 2009 - 11:15am

yes... and i really look pregnant

June 11, 2009 - 3:17pm

It was a dollar store brand... the ones from the dollar store had blue lines two lines your pregnant one line ur not... mine had the control line and the uther line was really lite.. the ones from walmart i took rite after them and they were negative.... I had two postive from dollar store. and walmart was negative... My period was really weird.. this month it came saturday and stopped today.. it came but it kept lightin up and get alit dark...

June 11, 2009 - 2:01pm
(reply to Mz Jay)

oh, wow---you had two positive HPT, and one negative, but all three were difficult to read.

You had your period on Saturday, and it lasted until today (Thursday), but was lighter and darker in color than usual.

Are you going to one of the clinics that Diane gave you information about, just to be on the safe side?

June 11, 2009 - 2:21pm

I just read your original question, and did not mention if the home pregnancy tests you took had the results of positive or negative. I understand the ones from Walmart were difficult to read (what brands were they?). The one from dollar store "had a very lite line." Every pregnancy test has a different line, or different color line, to tell you if you are pregnant (positive) are are not pregnant (negative).

Can you tell us what the home pregnancy test indicators are...even if the line is light, if there is a line present indicating you are pregnant (per instructions), then the test is probably picking up some of the pregnancy hormones in your body...meaning you are likely pregnant. However...some tests have a pink line for pregnant, and a blue line for not pregnant. What did your test instructions say from the dollar store (what brand was the test)??

June 11, 2009 - 12:18pm

Thank u so much and i will keep u updated...

June 11, 2009 - 11:58am

There is a free clinic in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, which is not far from you. It's the St Luke Free Clinic‎ and here's the address:

408 W 17th St
Hopkinsville, KY‎
(270) 889-9340‎

Here's a link to a Google map showing where it is:


And there's a clinic in Elton, Kentucky, which is also not far from you, called the Helping Hands Health Clinic. Here's the address, phone number and a link to their website:

102 N Main St
Elkton, KY 42220
270 265-5600

Take a look at those, maybe give them a call and ask if they have free or reduced-cost pregnancy tests. I'm betting someone there can help you. And please come back and let me know, OK? I know this is a stressful time for you and I want you to know we're here for support.

June 11, 2009 - 10:25am

Mz Jay, I'd be glad to try for you, what city do you live in?

June 10, 2009 - 8:13am
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