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AnnGiggles TTC since Sep 2012; 1 child; Utah 234 posts
13th Sep '12
Quoting Jynxd Blyss:" It's common to get false negatives, Not so common to get false positives (It does happen, But not overly ... [snip!] ... find out for sure, Rather than worrying your positives are negative. The bleeding could be nothing, Or a loss after a positive."


Okay. Thank you for your advise (:

another delete Japan 27 posts
14th Sep '12

I have had two sisters have what Dr.s refer to as a chemical pregnancy. Both had multiple positives, and then they started their periods anyway. It is pretty much a super early miscarriage. They are more common than people think because most women just think they a few days late, but now with early detection tests they are just more visible.