Re: I thought Family Planning clinics were meant to be nice!
The tests that most doctors offices or clinics use usually aren't as sensitive as the tests you can buy OTC. I had the same thing with my first PG. Very very faint positive, so I went to my University's Health Center and took another test. It was negative. I took another OTC test, positive, and another student health test, negative. So, I finally called an ob/gyn (obstetrics/gynocoligist) who told me a positive OTC test was all they needed to see me. They did their own tests (positive, of course) and confirmed with an u/s that day.
DS born 07/05/2003
DD born 3/24/2005