Rite Aid Early Result Pregnancy Test Instructions

Recording events in your pregnancy development and charting baby milestones will provide you with a priceless reminder of those special moments in years to come. When you are struggling with morning sickness and feeling exhausted in the early stages of pregnancy, you might not feel like you'll ever want a reminder of how awful you felt! However, photos of your growing bump and the feeling of your baby's first kick are precious memories that you'll want to remember when your kids start getting older and becoming more independent.

Whilst everything will seem very fresh in your mind at first and you'll wonder how any mother could forget the exact date of her baby's first smile, after months of new milestones being achieved on a weekly basis the details do naturally start to fade. Then, if you become pregnant again, you'll have a whole new experience of pregnancy, birth and those early days (this time with a toddler in tow!) and it soon becomes difficult to remember exactly what happened when with each child.

Baby development can be both confusing and frustrating. Whilst your first may have started walking at 11 months, your second may still be satisfied with crawling at 14 months. You probably remember all those conversations with other mums about what your babies were doing at each stage and the secret pride and satisfaction you felt when your little one seemed to be achieving their baby milestones earlier than the others! Well, just as children from different families differ in their progress, so do children within the same family.

This is totally normal and nothing to do with your parenting skills! All babies develop at their own pace, but if you are really concerned about something then of course, speak to your Health Visitor or GP for reassurance.

So to remember all those special events that occur in your pregnancy development (such as getting a positive pregnancy test result, finding out your due date, seeing the first scan, feeling the baby kick etc) and the many baby milestones that your newborn will achieve in the first year and beyond (first visitors, first bath, first smile, first tooth etc) many people write everything down in a baby book and store mementos in a keepsake box. Recording everything in the 'Milestones' section of your sprog blogs family profile will allow you to share pregnancy and baby development (including photos, dates and notes) with as many or as few people as you wish.

Simply add 'bump' or your new baby as a new family member in order to start adding their milestones (pick a milestone from the list or add your own unique one). They'll then be displayed in a chart that will eventually scroll across the page on a timeline as more details are added and your baby gets older. You can specify who has access to view this section by adjusting your 'Profile privacy settings' from your profile page e.g.

'Family only', 'Friends & family' or 'All site members'. If you'd rather keep things more private, select the 'Nobody' option and just send a personal invite to your parents for example, (go to 'Invite others' on your profile page and choose either 'view only' or 'edit' access) - they'll receive an e-mail with unique login details so that they can access your family profile page. This is also really useful if they have looked after the baby over the weekend and want to upload some photos to your page.

Start recording your pregnancy and baby milestones now - you'll be amazed at how quickly time flies when you're caring for a newborn and you'll be so glad in months and years to come when you have lots of lovely memories to look back on!

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    • Early Pregnancy Tests: How Soon Can I Test for Pregnancy?

      HCG pregnancy tests determine pregnancy through the detection of the hormone hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) in a woman’s urine. In technical terms, hCG is a glycoprotein hormone secreted by the developing placenta shortly after a fertilized egg has implanted in the uterine lining.

      Clinically speaking, HCG is measured in thousandths of International Units, or mIU. Pregnancy tests with a sensitivity of 20 mIU/ml are more sensitive than tests with 50 to 100 mIU/ml. Test brands will display how sensitive their tests are using mIU as the standard unit of measure. Test sensitivity equates with early-detection – and the lower the number, the sooner a test can detect pregnancy. The most sensitive pregnancy tests can detect hCG levels at as low as 20 mIU – or at around 8 days following implantation of the egg.

      At Home Diagnostics is one of the first Internet providers of FDA approved early home pregnancy tests. Tests are affordable, generic, come individually sealed with expiration dates extending two years.

      How Soon Can I Test?

      If a woman is pregnant, the amount of hCG in her system should be around 25 mIU at 10 dpo (days past ovulation), 50 mIU at 12 dpo, 100 mIU at around two weeks dpo. Blood tests can determine pregnancy as low as between 5 to 10 mIU/hCG, though with levels of 5 mIU, a conclusive determination cannot be made without risking a “false positive” (as low levels hCG can be present in the body without pregnancy).

      Drugstore pregnancy tests generally detect pregnancy at 50 mIU – 100 mIU hCG, though you can find early-detection pregnancy tests on the Internet with sensitivity levels as low as 20 mIU. With all diagnostic products, take care to follow the instructions. Please consult the chart below for a comparison of pregnancy tests:

      Early-Pregnancy-Tests.com 20 mIUs hCG
      E.P.T. 40 mIUs hCG
      Clearblue Easy 50 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Rite-Aid 50 mIUs hCG
      First Response 100 mIUs hCG
      Answer 100 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Equate/WalMart 100 mIUs hCG
      QTest 100 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Walgreens 100 mIUs hCG
      Precise 100 mIUs hCG

      For earliest detection of pregnancy, use first morning urine, as this sample contains the most concentrated amount of hCG. If using first morning urine is not possible, avoiding urination for several hours before using a pregnancy test. Frequent urination – or a diluted sample – can decrease the amount of hCG in your urine, interfering with early-detection.

      What does a faint line on a pregnancy test mean?

      On a pregnancy test, a faint test line – or color band – is usually indicative of a positive result, as long as it’s read within the allotted time frame – or reaction time of the test (usually at 5-10 minutes). If you do the pregnancy test properly and read it within the recommended time, then a faint and weak line is very likely a positive pregnancy test. Explanations for a faint positive line include:

      You may be testing too early after conception – the hCG in your body may not be at a sufficient level for test detection. hCG doubles every two days, so wait and test again using first morning urine.
      Different test sensitivity. As tests detect hCG at different levels, a faint line on one variety of test may appear as a stronger line on a 20 mIU test.
      Urine dilution. Your urine may be diluted due to frequent urination or consumption of liquids. First morning urine is recommended for pregnancy testing as it contains the most concentrated presence of hCG.
      Chemical pregnancy. Sometimes, an early pregnancy is detected – followed by negative test results. A chemical pregnancy means implantation takes place followed by a miscarriage – usually before any other pregnancy symptoms are detected.

  1. I took a pregnancy test after having these crazy syptoms ?
    and the test was defective a line showed up in the first window but the pee didnt show up in the second window.. i have been having sore boobs for the past two weeks and they have grown a half size … u think that i ahould test in two weeks when my cycle is due or retest … ?

    • i think ur being a bir dramatic by saying that ur boobs have grown a half size within two weeks but here is some info for u.

      Early Pregnancy Tests: How Soon Can I Test for Pregnancy?

      HCG pregnancy tests determine pregnancy through the detection of the hormone hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) in a woman’s urine. In technical terms, hCG is a glycoprotein hormone secreted by the developing placenta shortly after a fertilized egg has implanted in the uterine lining.

      Clinically speaking, HCG is measured in thousandths of International Units, or mIU. Pregnancy tests with a sensitivity of 20 mIU/ml are more sensitive than tests with 50 to 100 mIU/ml. Test brands will display how sensitive their tests are using mIU as the standard unit of measure. Test sensitivity equates with early-detection – and the lower the number, the sooner a test can detect pregnancy. The most sensitive pregnancy tests can detect hCG levels at as low as 20 mIU – or at around 8 days following implantation of the egg.

      At Home Diagnostics is one of the first Internet providers of FDA approved early home pregnancy tests. Tests are affordable, generic, come individually sealed with expiration dates extending two years.

      How Soon Can I Test?

      If a woman is pregnant, the amount of hCG in her system should be around 25 mIU at 10 dpo (days past ovulation), 50 mIU at 12 dpo, 100 mIU at around two weeks dpo. Blood tests can determine pregnancy as low as between 5 to 10 mIU/hCG, though with levels of 5 mIU, a conclusive determination cannot be made without risking a “false positive” (as low levels hCG can be present in the body without pregnancy).

      Drugstore pregnancy tests generally detect pregnancy at 50 mIU – 100 mIU hCG, though you can find early-detection pregnancy tests on the Internet with sensitivity levels as low as 20 mIU. With all diagnostic products, take care to follow the instructions. Please consult the chart below for a comparison of pregnancy tests:

      Early-Pregnancy-Tests.com 20 mIUs hCG
      E.P.T. 40 mIUs hCG
      Clearblue Easy 50 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Rite-Aid 50 mIUs hCG
      First Response 100 mIUs hCG
      Answer 100 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Equate/WalMart 100 mIUs hCG
      QTest 100 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Walgreens 100 mIUs hCG
      Precise 100 mIUs hCG

      For earliest detection of pregnancy, use first morning urine, as this sample contains the most concentrated amount of hCG. If using first morning urine is not possible, avoiding urination for several hours before using a pregnancy test. Frequent urination – or a diluted sample – can decrease the amount of hCG in your urine, interfering with early-detection.

      What does a faint line on a pregnancy test mean?

      On a pregnancy test, a faint test line – or color band – is usually indicative of a positive result, as long as it’s read within the allotted time frame – or reaction time of the test (usually at 5-10 minutes). If you do the pregnancy test properly and read it within the recommended time, then a faint and weak line is very likely a positive pregnancy test. Explanations for a faint positive line include:

      You may be testing too early after conception – the hCG in your body may not be at a sufficient level for test detection. hCG doubles every two days, so wait and test again using first morning urine.
      Different test sensitivity. As tests detect hCG at different levels, a faint line on one variety of test may appear as a stronger line on a 20 mIU test.
      Urine dilution. Your urine may be diluted due to frequent urination or consumption of liquids. First morning urine is recommended for pregnancy testing as it contains the most concentrated presence of hCG.
      Chemical pregnancy. Sometimes, an early pregnancy is detected – followed by negative test results. A chemical pregnancy means implantation takes place followed by a miscarriage – usually before any other pregnancy symptoms are detected.

  2. Early-pregnancy-tests.com – good or bad?
    Another user asked the question about the amount of hCG that this certain brand of strip can detect, which is 20 mIU/ml hCG. Has anyone found in the directions that is true they really only pick up 50 mIU/ml hCG?? Which is correct??

    Here’s the posting from their site:
    Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a hormone secreted by the developing placenta shortly after fertilization. Our sensitive pregnancy test strips detect hCG soon after conception; you can begin testing just 7 to 10 days after your ovulation date.

    To use the pregnancy test strips, simply fill a container with urine (a Dixie cup works fine) and dip the tip of the test strip for a few seconds; your result will display in just 5 minutes. Complete instructions ship with every order and can also be viewed online.

    See how the sensitivity of our tests compare with other popular brands (the lower the number, the higher the sensitivity).

    Our Pregnancy Tests 20 mIU/ml hCG
    E.P.T. 50 mIU/ml hCG
    Walgreens 50 mIU/ml hCG
    Rite-Aid 50 mIU/ml hCG
    Answer 100 mIU/ml hCG

    http://www.early-pregnancy-tests.com/3pregtesstri.html
    Here is a link to the online instructions, but I still don’t see the “50″ issue mentioned.
    http://www.early-pregnancy-tests.com/inpregtesstr.html

    • This is off the paper that was sent with my test strips

      This is under the LIMITATIONS part

      3. Very low levels of hCG (less than 50 mIU/ML) present in urine specimen shortly after implantation. However, because a significant number of first trimester pregnancies terminate for natural reasons, a test result that is weakly positive should be confirmed by retesting with FMU specimen collected 48 hours later.

      So it sounds like you’re not going to get a strong positive until a few days after you miss AF in my case it was almost a week after I missed AF

      And the 1st test I took from early-pregnancytest.com was very very faint I almost thought it was negative but I had gotten a few positive results from a digital test so I knew these tests were junk

    • HCG pregnancy tests determine pregnancy through the detection of the hormone hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) in a woman’s urine. In technical terms, hCG is a glycoprotein hormone secreted by the developing placenta shortly after a fertilized egg has implanted in the uterine lining.

      Clinically speaking, HCG is measured in thousandths of International Units, or mIU. Pregnancy tests with a sensitivity of 20 mIU/ml are more sensitive than tests with 50 to 100 mIU/ml. Test brands will display how sensitive their tests are using mIU as the standard unit of measure. Test sensitivity equates with early-detection – and the lower the number, the sooner a test can detect pregnancy. The most sensitive pregnancy tests can detect hCG levels at as low as 20 mIU – or at around 8 days following implantation of the egg.

      At Home Diagnostics is one of the first Internet providers of FDA approved early home pregnancy tests. Tests are affordable, generic, come individually sealed with expiration dates extending two years.

      How Soon Can I Test?

      If a woman is pregnant, the amount of hCG in her system should be around 25 mIU at 10 dpo (days past ovulation), 50 mIU at 12 dpo, 100 mIU at around two weeks dpo. Blood tests can determine pregnancy as low as between 5 to 10 mIU/hCG, though with levels of 5 mIU, a conclusive determination cannot be made without risking a “false positive” (as low levels hCG can be present in the body without pregnancy).

      Drugstore pregnancy tests generally detect pregnancy at 50 mIU – 100 mIU hCG, though you can find early-detection pregnancy tests on the Internet with sensitivity levels as low as 20 mIU. With all diagnostic products, take care to follow the instructions. Please consult the chart below for a comparison of pregnancy tests:

      Early-Pregnancy-Tests.com 20 mIUs hCG
      E.P.T. 40 mIUs hCG
      Clearblue Easy 50 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Rite-Aid 50 mIUs hCG
      First Response 100 mIUs hCG
      Answer 100 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Equate/WalMart 100 mIUs hCG
      QTest 100 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Walgreens 100 mIUs hCG
      Precise 100 mIUs hCG

      For earliest detection of pregnancy, use first morning urine, as this sample contains the most concentrated amount of hCG. If using first morning urine is not possible, avoiding urination for several hours before using a pregnancy test. Frequent urination – or a diluted sample – can decrease the amount of hCG in your urine, interfering with early-detection.

      What does a faint line on a pregnancy test mean?

      On a pregnancy test, a faint test line – or color band – is usually indicative of a positive result, as long as it’s read within the allotted time frame – or reaction time of the test (usually at 5-10 minutes). If you do the pregnancy test properly and read it within the recommended time, then a faint and weak line is very likely a positive pregnancy test. Explanations for a faint positive line include:

      You may be testing too early after conception – the hCG in your body may not be at a sufficient level for test detection. hCG doubles every two days, so wait and test again using first morning urine.
      Different test sensitivity. As tests detect hCG at different levels, a faint line on one variety of test may appear as a stronger line on a 20 mIU test.
      Urine dilution. Your urine may be diluted due to frequent urination or consumption of liquids. First morning urine is recommended for pregnancy testing as it contains the most concentrated presence of hCG.
      Chemical pregnancy. Sometimes, an early pregnancy is detected – followed by negative test results. A chemical pregnancy means implantation takes place followed by a miscarriage – usually before any other pregnancy symptoms are detected.

  3. question about a pregnancy test?
    ok so i took a test this morning with my first morning urine. i took an early results rite aid test. the test instructions show two vertical blue lines for positive. well i got a dark vertical line in the control window, but heres the kicker i got a faint blue HORIZONTAL line in the other window. I’m pretty sure both lines need to be vertical in order for it to be positive (shows the test instructions), but why would there be a horizontal line in there instead of a vertical?

    has this happened to anyone before?
    does it still mean positive?

  4. im scared i might be pregnant…how can i tell?
    it was about 5 days ago i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend and now there might be a chance that i can be pregnant..what can i do?how can i tell him and my mom?i know it might be too early to tell but i know he did it
    i have no way to get a test…and i think its too early so whats the fastest way to find out?

    • EPT… Early Pregnancy Test… available at your local stores, pharmacy and grocery..including WalMart, Target, Longs, Rite Aid and Walgreens. The instructions are simple. Urine in a cup, put the test stick in the urine, if it changes color you have your answer. Taking a test is the only way you can find out early if you are pregnant. You can wait until you do or don’t have your next period, however, that will not give you a positive answer. A doctor should be seen if you get a positive EPT and then he/she can confirm the results.

      How do you tell them? Take a deep breath and say it. The truth is easier to live with. You should talk to your mom anyway about what pre-planning protection help you need.
      You can use numerous different types of birth control. If you don’t feel you can talk with your mom, is there a close friend adult who can help you? If not, go to Planned Parenthood or your local clinic. They will explain your options and do a pregnancy test for you too. All Free, no cost.
      Why are you having unprotected sex? Are you aware of the dangers of STD’s? It can happen to you. This is an example now. You haven’t mentioned worries about STD, you are concerned about pregnancy. You do not know the results and are scared.
      If you are fortunate enough to not be pregnant, heed the warning and take caution next time. A condom is cheap or even free. Contrary to opinion, he will still have feeling and so will you. Especially days later, when you are feeling safe instead of scared.

      Deep breath. Hopefully you are just scared and not pregnant. Go talk with someone, get help. You will feel better.

  5. is it too earlt for a hpt?
    if i had unprotected sex on the 16th nov and im due on a period next week is it too early to do a hpt or wud i get a result if i did 1 today x

    • Early Pregnancy Tests: How Soon Can I Test for Pregnancy?

      HCG pregnancy tests determine pregnancy through the detection of the hormone hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) in a woman’s urine. In technical terms, hCG is a glycoprotein hormone secreted by the developing placenta shortly after a fertilized egg has implanted in the uterine lining.

      Clinically speaking, HCG is measured in thousandths of International Units, or mIU. Pregnancy tests with a sensitivity of 20 mIU/ml are more sensitive than tests with 50 to 100 mIU/ml. Test brands will display how sensitive their tests are using mIU as the standard unit of measure. Test sensitivity equates with early-detection – and the lower the number, the sooner a test can detect pregnancy. The most sensitive pregnancy tests can detect hCG levels at as low as 20 mIU – or at around 8 days following implantation of the egg.

      At Home Diagnostics is one of the first Internet providers of FDA approved early home pregnancy tests. Tests are affordable, generic, come individually sealed with expiration dates extending two years.

      How Soon Can I Test?

      If a woman is pregnant, the amount of hCG in her system should be around 25 mIU at 10 dpo (days past ovulation), 50 mIU at 12 dpo, 100 mIU at around two weeks dpo. Blood tests can determine pregnancy as low as between 5 to 10 mIU/hCG, though with levels of 5 mIU, a conclusive determination cannot be made without risking a “false positive” (as low levels hCG can be present in the body without pregnancy).

      Drugstore pregnancy tests generally detect pregnancy at 50 mIU – 100 mIU hCG, though you can find early-detection pregnancy tests on the Internet with sensitivity levels as low as 20 mIU. With all diagnostic products, take care to follow the instructions. Please consult the chart below for a comparison of pregnancy tests:

      Early-Pregnancy-Tests.com 20 mIUs hCG
      E.P.T. 40 mIUs hCG
      Clearblue Easy 50 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Rite-Aid 50 mIUs hCG
      First Response 100 mIUs hCG
      Answer 100 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Equate/WalMart 100 mIUs hCG
      QTest 100 mIUs hCG
      Store Brand: Walgreens 100 mIUs hCG
      Precise 100 mIUs hCG

      For earliest detection of pregnancy, use first morning urine, as this sample contains the most concentrated amount of hCG. If using first morning urine is not possible, avoiding urination for several hours before using a pregnancy test. Frequent urination – or a diluted sample – can decrease the amount of hCG in your urine, interfering with early-detection.

      What does a faint line on a pregnancy test mean?

      On a pregnancy test, a faint test line – or color band – is usually indicative of a positive result, as long as it’s read within the allotted time frame – or reaction time of the test (usually at 5-10 minutes). If you do the pregnancy test properly and read it within the recommended time, then a faint and weak line is very likely a positive pregnancy test. Explanations for a faint positive line include:

      You may be testing too early after conception – the hCG in your body may not be at a sufficient level for test detection. hCG doubles every two days, so wait and test again using first morning urine.
      Different test sensitivity. As tests detect hCG at different levels, a faint line on one variety of test may appear as a stronger line on a 20 mIU test.
      Urine dilution. Your urine may be diluted due to frequent urination or consumption of liquids. First morning urine is recommended for pregnancy testing as it contains the most concentrated presence of hCG.
      Chemical pregnancy. Sometimes, an early pregnancy is detected – followed by negative test results. A chemical pregnancy means implantation takes place followed by a miscarriage – usually before any other pregnancy symptoms are detected.

  6. Pregnancy Test- Positive or false Negative/evaporation line?
    Hi,

    I have been trying to get pregnant for 3 months. Today I noticed I had a really strange taste in my mouth, it’s difficult to explain, but I have heard that was a symptom in early pregnancy. Also, my breasts hurt as if I am about to get my period, but it is not due for over a week. I know you’re thinking it’s too early to take a test, and I agree, but I think I ovulated early this cycle.

    Anyway, so about noon I took a test. It was a Rite Aid Early Pregnancy Test (with blue lines.) the blue control line came up, then the test line came up very very faint blue. The instructions say Negative = Blue Control line, nothing in Test box, Positive= Blue Control line, Blue line in Test box.

    The line appeared within the 2 minute window I’m supposed to check the result, and it still shows (but has not got darker with time) which leads me to believe it is not an evap line.

    I waited 2 hours, drank nothing, then tested again using the same type of test (Rite Aid EPT) and the same thing happened again. Very very faint blue test line. Then I waited for another hour (but I did drink water) and took a Dollar Tree pregnancy test (because I heard they’re quite accurate) and it came out negative.

    I should note that a week ago, I took the same Rite Aid test, and it came out negative with no faint line at all.

    What do you think? Could it be a true Positive? Or am I just getting my hopes up and maybe it was evaporation lines? I think I want a baby so much I’m finding it difficult to believe, yet holding onto any hope I might be pregnant. Sorry for the length.

    • I’ve heard the blue dye tests aren’t very dependable as they give out alot of evap lines or false positives. I got a positive on a blue dye a few months back but I wasn’t pregnant. The dollar tree ones are supposed to be pretty accurate to my knowledge. Try testing again in about a week. You can go to peeonastick.com and compare your results if you want. That site is very knowledgeable with PTs. I hope it is infact a BFP though. Sorry my answer isn’t as informative as you would hope but PTs can be quite stressing. I’m TTC now as well and I’ve got so many different results that it’s been frustrating me to death. Baby dust to you and I hope you are able to get pregnant :)

      Also another site you might be interested in: canyouseealine.com

  7. rite aid brand hpt help please!!!?
    has anyone gotten an evap with rite aid early home pregnancy test…with blue dye? and if you did did it show up with the 10 minutes??? i was reading online about a few people that got false positives with these…any one else taken one of these???

    • Make sure you read all of the instructions that come with your home pregnancy test carefully. Also, take note of the test reading time given in the test instructions. Certain tests could give a false reading if they are read too early or too late.

      Pregnancy tests are very accurate as long as you use them properly. If you have any concerns you should always discuss your results with your Doctor or health care provider.

      Good luck

  8. Pregnancy Test- Positive or false Negative/evaporation line?
    Hi,

    I have been trying to get pregnant for 3 months. Today I noticed I had a really strange taste in my mouth, it’s difficult to explain, but I have heard that was a symptom in early pregnancy. Also, my breasts hurt as if I am about to get my period, but it is not due for over a week. I know you’re thinking it’s too early to take a test, and I agree, but I think I ovulated early this cycle.

    Anyway, so about noon I took a test. It was a Rite Aid Early Pregnancy Test (with blue lines.) the blue control line came up, then the test line came up very very faint blue. The instructions say Negative = Blue Control line, nothing in Test box, Positive= Blue Control line, Blue line in Test box.

    The line appeared within the 2 minute window I’m supposed to check the result, and it still shows (but has not got darker with time) which leads me to believe it is not an evap line.

    I waited 2 hours, drank nothing, then tested again using the same type of test (Rite Aid EPT) and the same thing happened again. Very very faint blue test line. Then I waited for another hour (but I did drink water) and took a Dollar Tree pregnancy test (because I heard they’re quite accurate) and it came out negative.

    I should note that a week ago, I took the same Rite Aid test, and it came out negative with no faint line at all.

    What do you think? Could it be a true Positive? Or am I just getting my hopes up and maybe it was evaporation lines? I think I want a baby so much I’m finding it difficult to believe, yet holding onto any hope I might be pregnant.
    I think I’m about 7DPO
    Thank you all so so much :)

    • Your pregnant, any second line is a positive as long as its in the timeframe of the test, every test has a different percent of HCG that it picks up on. However dont test in the middle of the day. Try testing tomorrow morning with your first morning urine so HCG has all night to build up in your system. If that test is negative wait a week and test again in the morning, I have a friend who had a positive test, then had 2 negatives and a negative blood test and she was still pregnant it was just super early. Baby dust to you!!

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