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An evaporation line on pregnancy test is a faint line that appears after a negative result. An evaporation line indicates a negative pregnancy result. An evaporation line is a slight streak that appears where the positive line for the pregnancy test should have been visible. When you see an evaporation line, it means that the test is negative, or it was taken too early.
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