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Hey there mommies. I need your help.
I'm extremely confused.
For the past couple months I've been having pregnancy symptoms.
I took tests, the first was negative, while the second was positive.
I took a test a couple days later to make sure I wasn't crazy. (morning pee)
It was negative. Well, another later in the day came out positive.
I went to a place that does free tests because it's supposed to be "lab quality". Theirs was negative.
They say I might have hormonal problems or my depo, that I got 6 months still messing with my body.

I took it off my mind.
Well, here we are a month and a half later.
I had felt nauseated and am having cramping, so I figured maybe my period was finally coming back since I had the baby..
But I threw up, out of the blue. (I don't get nausea or vomiting upon PMS as I'm sure most of you don't).
I took one of those 88cent tests, a red ink test. It was negative.
The day after I started spotting, light pink. It stopped for a little while (maybe 6 hours)..then started again and keep on until yesterday. At a point it started to become a brighter red, but nothing period like. I took a test yesterday I think it was (this time a blue ink test).
I waited the two minutes, it was negative so I threw it in the trash.
I came back to use the bathroom about 5 minutes later and noticed a line had developed on it. This is one of the tests that shows a negative or plus sign.
I picked it up and low was showing positive. But I'm not so sure.
I hear a lot of talk about how they're not very reliable.
Could it be an evaporation line?
It is not grey, but a very thin blue horizontal line traveling completely across the result screen. I took the test apart to make sure it was not discolored below the line which in case would prove an evaporation mark. But the test was still wet also.
Any advice?
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cheslah Dec 30, 2013  Professional Photographer
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S7ernchen Nov 30, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I really want to be a mom...but I don't have the right guy, or a own flat.
PandoraofBrushia Feb 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Aw, it takes time, and waiting for the right person is key to you and your child's happiness.  :) 
S7ernchen Feb 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's true...
PandoraofBrushia Feb 9, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
It's tough to wait though, I understand.  :)
InvadeRose Feb 15, 2013  Student Filmographer
CountessPruben Jan 15, 2013  Student Writer
I want to ask the single mom's out there for advice. My boyfriend left me, I am young, but I want so much to take good care of my daughter when she gets here. I have the necessities, I just feel like I'm going to mess up all by myself. Any advice? Please?
Sleeplessmama Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I wasn't a single mom but I have had many single mom friends and I find them to be some of the strongest women I know. Take it one day at a time. Try to find someone who can be a strong support system cuz you will need it and if you are a praying women I suggest that be a daily routine. I'm sorry for your circumstances and I will keep you in my prayers.
CountessPruben Jan 29, 2013  Student Writer
thank you very much. i will try that
Andrae420 Jan 17, 2013  Professional Photographer
Read everything you can, definitely the What to Expect series and trust your instincts. 17 or 27 no first time mom knows what they are doing. Its a learning experience and journey that you and your daughter will take together. If you want any more advice or just like someone un biased to talk to please feel free to message me. I was a young single mom too.
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