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    Help!!!!!!

    My girlfriend broke up with me Sunday and took a pregnancy test today and it showed up faint positive after 5 min and I'm praying it's true she has polycystic ovarian syndrome and last time she took one nothing showed until 10-20 min later my first wife had faint positive for week b4 going to the ob

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    What is your question, OP?

    Your ex-girlfriend needs to see a doctor now to get confirmation of pregnancy.

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    You have been dating three months and she may be pregnant? Are you using protection?

    You have been having problems from the start and you have been together a short time. And she is still in love with her ex.

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    Did she miss her period before taking the test? Her polycystic ovarian syndrome could be tainting the test. As MissCanuck said, she needs to see a doctor to be sure.

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    I hate to say it, but even if the positive line(s) is/are faint still means sheís pregnant. The pigment is all determined by the amount of a specific hormone she has in her body. And if itís faint itís the start of the pregnancy.

    Thatís how I found out I got pregnant from the home test. I had a faint line and Iím pregnant now. It said right on the directions that came with the home testing kit about a faint line = pregnant.

    She needs to make an OBGYN appointment to get a 110% confirmation


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