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Faint line on pregnancy test. Feels constipated, stuff floating in urine

Hi I took a pregnancy test this morning and got a very pale pink line in the test window not sure what this means (my period is due tomorrow). Also a while after I took the test I went to go and urinate I had to go back twice because it was quite alot of pee it was almost clear like water and has stuff floating around in it I was quite constipated this morning and was pushing a bit could this have ruptured something causing the clear urine & floaty stuff
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
I suggest you should repeat a pregnancy test if you are overdue for your periods for some time. As this test is, I would say inconclusive at this stage.
For your urinary problem; It may be just your vaginal secretions. If the problem persists you may go for urinalysis.
I don't think you have ruptured anything. Try to drink a lot of water along with a diet rich in fruits & vegetables this will help with your constipation.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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