My LMP was 12/20/16 and I have a regular around 28 day cycle. This past thurs 1/12 I took a dollar store cheapy. I didn't give it much time to finish completely clearing because it looked pretty negative to me, so I walked away from it. The next day I went to throw it in the trash and there was a second line. The second line was thin like the edge of a line but pink for sure. I disregarded it as an evap and tossed it. Well Friday I was planning on having some drinks with a girlfriend and decided to test on a frer before drinking, just in case. I was only around 9 dpo so not at all expecting anything, but don't ya know it, there was a definite second line there. No drinks for me. Then the next day I had another frer, and decided to take it to double check, definitely a second line. The next day I took another dollar store test, same edge of a line that didn't show until at least 30 mins later. Yesterday I had a doctor appointment and confirmed that I'm 4 weeks pregnant as of today and due September 26, 2017. Our wait is over.
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