I found out with 2 of my children on 1 dollar pregnancy tests. They tend to be cheaper not because they're less accurate, but because they are more hassle (you have to put your urine sample in a cup, then use the dropper to put a specific number of drops onto the test). They also seem to take longer to process the results. So, if you're superpower is impatience, then they are most likely the wrong test for you to take. If you can handle a little extra work on behalf of saving 3-10 dollars, then a dollar store test will suit your needs. As with all pregnancy tests, the results are more accurate 1.) after your missed period and 2.) with the first morning's urine.
Okay, if you can see there is two lines, but one is very faint, that is a 50% chance that it is. It could also be from sitting too long, as tests can become positive after a while. This is not what I understand. I was told that any line at all = positive, as the HCG that the test measures isn't in your body unless you're pregnant.
How about "Holler Okay"
I think you need to go to the doctor and make sure everything is okay let them no whats going on and have a few tests ran just to be on the safe side.
Yes it is okay to eat chocolate during pregnancy, as there is not a lot of caffeine in it yes, some people get cravings for it when they are pregnant and the baby is always fine.
Yes they are.
Basically, anywhere with a okay tempature.
Occasional diluted is okay. Too many sweet drinks are not good during pregnancy.