Pregnancy tests can be difficult to interpret but usually the test kit will show you pics of what a positive pregnancy test looks like as well as images of what negative results will look like. Both the EPT pregnancy test and the First Response pregnancy test involve a two line system. When the urine is soaked into the test area, a reference line will begin to show up that tells you that the test is working correctly. Next to that will be space for a second line. If you see even a faint line at the test site next to the reference line, you are likely to be pregnant.
Faint lines can be frustrating because they don’t look like the real pictures on the test instructions but, if you are in doubt about the meaning of the faint line, take another test on a first morning urine specimen the next day or see your doctor about a quantitative HCG test to verify that you are pregnant.