Testpack 2 Positive Lines, But One Faint Line?
night, I’m a 19-year-old female. already married, about two weeks ago I had sex with my husband, followed by nausea on the next day, then today I checked using 2 pieces of testpack. both are positive, but in the second testpack, a faint line. is pregnant
Hello Zoralina, thank you for asking.
Pregnancy is preceded by the process of fertilization of ovum cells by sperm cells. If you have sex around your ovulation, then of course there is a possibility that fertilization will occur. After fertilization, the zygote will develop into an embryo and is housed inside the uterine wall. The development of the zygote is followed by the embryo and then the fetus, of course followed by changes in the concentration of reproductive hormones. These hormonal changes occur gradually over several weeks.
When the embryo begins to have placental tissue, the hormonal levels of hCG will slowly increase. These hormones that provide early pregnancy symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, pain in the breast, breast enlargement. Generally new symptoms are felt several weeks after intercourse. In very early pregnancies, hCG levels are still very low, so it is possible to give a faint line to pregnancy tests with a testpack. You can wait for about 2 more weeks to do a repeat testpack. It is hoped that by this time the hCG levels have increased quite a lot so that no faint lines occur. You can also consult an obstetrician. The doctor will do an ultrasound to see the embryos and fetal sacs formed. Please note, that in very early pregnancies, ultrasound is often only able to recognize the fetal sac (amniotic sac), the embryo has not been seen. The doctor may recommend a repeat ultrasound 2-4 weeks later.
Thus my brief explanation. Hope this helps. Regards.