So I did my frer this morning and got a faint bfp, my other half was still not convinced to got a clearblue digi and did that tonight, and there it was, bfp. Quite surreal. I knew I was, my body felt too different, I just needed the proof!
I need help.... is there any such thing as a false positive with FRER??? I have never been pregnant before, hubby and i have been "not preventing" since we got married late last year and just tonight I took a test for the hell of it really (was planning on having a glass of wine when i got one line) and to my absolute shock, TWO lines came up within about a minute. (My period is due in 4 days) I am in a right daze now... I don't even know what to do! Hubby works away and isn't due back for a few days. I don't even know if i believe the test - i've look at it about a million times and sure enough two lines. I rushed out to buy a digital because i am so skeptical but now i need to wait a few hours.... I am freaking out (We would both LOVE a baby, don't get me wrong! It's good freaking out just.... AGH! What now????)
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