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Not getting proper result with pregnancy test due to early checking. Too young to visit health clinic

Hi there. I have a couple questions about some things.. not too long ago, my boyfriend and i had a condom fail and i got pregnancy tests from the store; Early Result and First Response. I took an Early Results test yesterday morning as soon as i woke up and it said pregnant. But, the line was not as visible as it should of been.. there was still a line there though. i took another Early result later on in the day and again, there was still a line but it was less visible than the one before. This morning i took one of the First Response tests and it said very cleary Not Pregnant. I don t really believe this though.. I think its just that it s still really early and the tests arn t picking up the hormone . I m also on my period at the moment to.. There s a bigger problem though.. I m only 15. I was going to go to a health clinic for testing sometime soon, but I can t find one that will let me without parental consent. Any ideas??
Asked On : Mon, 19 Mar 2012
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Welcome to Healthcare magic forum.
Please do not panic.
If you are having menstrual bleeding right now on or near your usual expected dates then most likely you are not pregnant.
If you have missed your period or experiencing little or irregular bleeding or spotting then the chances of you being pregnant are more likely.
Urine pregnancy tests results are subject to content of the hormone hcg in urine and vary depending on the time of day, technique and days of gestation.
Please avoid such high risk behaviour till you are an adult and as for now you may get a blood beta hcg or an ultrasound abdomen to confirm the present situation.
It's always better to confide in your parents or any adult relative before going ahead with medical consultation.
All the best .
Answered: Mon, 19 Mar 2012
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