faint line on my home pregnancy test
Home pregnancy tests determine pregnancy through the detection of the hormone hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) in a woman’s urine.The appearance of hCG soon after conception, and its subsequent rise in concentration during early fetal growth, makes it an excellent marker for the early detection of pregnancy. First morning urine is recommended for pregnancy testing as it contains the most concentrated presence of hCG.
Assuming that the home pregnancy testing procedure has been followed properly and the results have been interpreted in time, a faint line in
the test region may be read as a positive result, though it’s a good
idea to verify any result with an additional test 24-48 hours later. A
second faint line on a home pregnancy test is usually confirms as a
positive result, indicating conception.
What to do? Make an apptt. to see your doctor, you're got pregnant!