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Trying for second baby. Pregnancy test shows faint lines. Pregnancy chances?

Hi we have been trying for our 2nd baby and i am due on in 3 days but took 2 pregnancy tests today and they are very faint. for the past 3-4 days ive been taking tests and it should nothing. do u think i could be pregnant? and as my period is due in 3 days is there a chance its a incorrect result or i could go on period anyway?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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The pregnancy tests done before showed nothing and now started showing a faint line indicates that you might be pregnant.
You are still 3 days for periods, so the faint line more likely indicates the low levels of pregnancy hormones.
So, just wait till you miss periods and repeat the test again for confirmation.
Start taking folic acid tablets.
Hope this information is helpful.
Dr. Mrs. Sumeet Baheti
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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