I was 4 days late on my period. Our friends The Aussies, Tim & Gabbie, were staying with us. Gabbie thought that I should take a pregnancy test for peace of mind. I bought a two pack EPT pregnancy test on Jan. 6, 2014.
Everybody wanted me to take the test to find out if I was actually pregnant. I peed in a cup and then we waited for 2 minutes. Those 2 minutes always seem to take F-O-R-E-V-E-R!!
It looked positive.
These tests can be so faded when it shows the plus sign that I wasn’t too sure. I decided to take another one. This time, I peed on it and maybe I didn’t pee on it long enough. The test looked positive again kind of – wasn’t sure since it was even more faded than the first test.
Ivan thought that we should buy another digital pregnancy test and this would be more accurate.
I wasn’t sure what to think. I knew there was a slight possibility that I could be pregnant. I was scared since I have been scared to have kids since I’m not sure if I’ll be a good Mum.
The Clearblue digital pregnancy tests arrived on January 8, 2014 (Thank goodness for Amazon Prime!). This test also predicts how many weeks that you’re pregnant.
I decided to pee in a cup this time and held it for 20 seconds as it says on the directions. This time I had to wait a WHOLE 3 minutes this time. The test was positive again.
The 2-3 means that I’m pregnant and may be 2 and up to 3 weeks since ovulation. This predicts that I could be 4-5 weeks along.
Ivan still doesn’t believe it, so he suggested taking another test first thing in the morning.
Guess what? It was positive again. Ivan still doesn’t believe it. I can’t believe it’s true, but I am almost positive that I am indeed pregnant since I’ve been feeling nauseous and I’ve been getting lots of pimples on my face.
I looked around on the internet and found a OB/GYN close to our house. I made an appointment for a week from today. Here goes the waiting game again.