As shown in the figure, such a line is not positive. There is a very light line that can hardly be seen
Hello, according to your description, you should have a history of menopause, so you can use the test paper to test your urine. According to the results you uploaded, the results can only be regarded as a bar, that is, you are not pregnant. It is recommended to continue to observe. If you continue to menopause, you can continue to test your urine. If necessary, you can consider taking blood for blood HCG diagnosis.
Generally, you can use a pregnancy test stick to check whether you are pregnant two weeks after your roommate. If the pregnancy test stick is two obvious bars, it can basically be said that you are pregnant. However, to judge whether it is normal pregnancy, you need to go to the hospital for examination. If it is deep and shallow, it is not necessarily pregnant. You need to go to the hospital for confirmation or wait for more than a few days for recheck. In your case, first look at how long the roommate has been. If it is more than two weeks, This result is unlikely to be pregnant. You can go to the hospital for blood test
Hello, from the picture you uploaded, this is a bar and you are not pregnant. Generally, you can test whether you are pregnant after more than 15 days in the same room. If there are two bars, you can't rule out the possibility of pregnancy, or you can go directly to the hospital to measure blood hCG. This indicator is more sensitive in the early stage of pregnancy.
From the picture, it should be negative. I don't see two obvious bars. It is suggested to observe first, let it be and wait for menstruation. If menstruation is delayed for more than seven days, or the same room time is more than two weeks, you can test it with early pregnancy test paper to see if you are pregnant.