I Ve Got A Good Question

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Teri - June 8

Okay so we have all learned that on a digital when ejecting there sometimes be two lines even if you are 'Not Pregnant' because it also picks up on lutiniezing hormone as well...but...I am on ortho-tri-cyclen, which is suppost to inhibit that hormone so it seems if i was not pregnant there would only be one line because i have a suppressed luteniezing hormone (its the hormone that makes you ovulate) but when i ejected it there was two...one was really faint but it was there. So, do you think that the one faint line means that I am probley pregnant or that it picked up on luteniezing hormone and my pills aren't working. I'm so confused...doing research by myself just ends up leading me in circles. I have lots of symptoms even though i just had my period...i still wonder because my br___ts are always small and not tender anymore about half-way through my period but this time I am past my period by six days and they are HUGE and very extremely tender esp. the nipples.

 

bump - June 9

bump

 

VAL - June 9

sometimes you still ovulate while on the pill, but the pill also makes the uterine lining inhospitable to an embryo, so sometimes an egg can be released and get fertilized but it won't be able to implant....so even if you still have a bit of that hormone in your body that doesn't mean your pill isn't working. I would take a different brand of test. Or get a quant_tative blood test at the dr.

 

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