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Faint positive pregnancy test

mrzcrwnmrzcrwn member
edited February 10 in October 2020 Moms
According to my calculations I’m 3 weeks 4 days. 
A little background story. I have PCOS and hypothyroidism and it wasn’t easy to get pregnant for my first two babies but this one happen so spontaneously that I am in shock still I haven’t had a period since February 2019 when I stop breast-feeding my second baby and then I did not have another period until January 15th 2020 and somewhere in between it took. I didn’t think it would happen like this I needed clomid before. So I’m just in need prayers of good vibes! I going to my doctor to confirm in the morning and to see if I can get on progesterone since I needed it before. I’m so anxious and nervous! 

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Re: Faint positive pregnancy test

  • Hi and welcome! Congratulations!

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  • @mrzcrwn It is against the Bump's Terms of Use to post pregnancy tests on this board. If you want to post a pregnancy test, there is a section on the First Trimester board. Here is the link: https://forums.thebump.com/discussion/12219554/what-does-a-positive-pregnancy-test-really-look-like/p1
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