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Ok....my husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for a year and a half now. We know he has low sperm count (15 million one time and 18 million on second analysis) which is going to make it harder for us. I had a m/c in November 12' very early on 5wks 1day. I was supposed to get my period on 2/22/13 but didn't. I hoped I was pg so I took tests on the 22, 23, and 24....all negative. On the 2/26/13 I started bleeding. It seemed just like a normal period to me, plus I previously had negative tests. For some reason on 3/2/13 (4 days after I started bleeding) I took another test and there was a very faint line, took a digital test same day and next day and were both 'pregnant'. Have tested with the line type tests for the last 3 days...on Monday the line was darker than the first line test, Tuesday the line was about the same as Monday, then today it's still positive but is very very faint and much lighter than Monday's. I am so confused and becoming more depressed with the situation by the day. I have an appointment to see my doctor on Monday but I'm going insane waiting. I know I should stop testing too but I just want answers and to know for sure if I am pg or not. I feel almost certain this time is going to turn out to be a m/c but am hoping and wishing this one time I would be the exception instead of the rule. Has anyone had a similar situation where you tested positive after bleeding and had fluctuating tests and still have a successful pregnancy.