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    Default 6 weeks test positive or not??

    Did a test today & I should be around 6 1/2 weeks though second line doesn't look very dark...is it a positive??ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1397098411.344051.jpg

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    Sorry not very good photo try againImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1397098539.661023.jpg

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    It's very faint for 6.5weeks but then some people don't get strong positives on some tests. I'd go to the GP for some blood work.

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    That looks positive to me. I never got a very strong positive result at 6 weeks with any of my 3. Congratulations

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    Bumping ...still concerning me why second line didn't show straight away but within 5 minutes and why so light

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    Could you have conceived later than you thought?

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    It looks positive to me, you definitely could have ovulated later. Regardless, the only real way to know if there's cause for concern is to have a couple of beta hcg blood tests to check that it's rising as it should. Your gp can order them
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    Definitely a BFP! Congrats!!

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    Well did a preg test at doctors and was negative very happy. Just have to do a blood test in morning and see what that says...has this happen to anybody else

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    I've had a negative at the drs. The drs ones aren't very good. Not as good as FRER ones anyhow.

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