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Had sex, faded positive line in pregnancy test. Am I pregnant?

Hi, i just want to ask if im possible pregnant. i had sex with my boyfriend last 2 and a half weeks ago.. and i went to get a pregnancy test this morning & it showed a faded line on the positive line. my period last month was Sept 9 and had done sex last Sept 22. and my period s supposed to come on October 6 or October 7.. and today s october 9.. my period still hasn t arrived but last week i had symptoms like im going to have my period like every month.. my partner is low on sperm count and im acidic.. could it be possible that im pregnant???
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help.

Yes, the timing of a positive test is about right - 2-3 weeks after intercourse. You said his counts were low, but not zero.

If it turns out that you are not pregnant, then the lack of symptoms related to your cycle likely means that you did not ovulate or ovulation was delayed for some reason.

I hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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