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First Response Test. Two days in a row. Faintest of faint, faint very faint line... OMG

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chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 09:22:05

Just that.
Not TTC.
The opposite in fact.

Not really ready for it to be a BFP.
I know it says on the paperwork any line is a positive.
But I've done two tests. One yesterday (middle of the day) and one this morning (first wee) and both lines were so faint I could almost be imagining them.
AF due yesterday.

Do you EVER get a silly little faint line for a negative??

quietlysuggests Sun 23-Dec-12 09:29:10

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chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 09:38:39

I have a 2 and a 3 year old already.
Weren't going to have any more.

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 09:41:05

I am going to be in so much trouble.

TinkyPeet Sun 23-Dec-12 09:42:38

I got very very faint positives for about a week, I'm now 10 weeks. You're upduffed! Why would you be in trouble? It takes 2 and all that!!...

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 09:45:55

Oh god, oh god.
Because I didn't want to take the pill any more. Was making me super depressed.
And not to mention the fact that it reduced my sex life to zero.
I said I wanted a year off.

TinkyPeet Sun 23-Dec-12 09:47:22

Well then your oh should have taken his own precautions then shouldn't he! Relax Hun, the first step is telling him, then go from there. Good luck x

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 09:48:03

Telling him. Jesus.
Should I wait til after Xmas??

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 09:49:52


chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 09:52:45

Oh god I'm freaking out. Terrified of telling him.

TinkyPeet Sun 23-Dec-12 09:55:04

Personally I wouldn't wait. If you're this freaked out now your not going to enjoy Xmas if you're bottling it up

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 09:56:52

But what if it ruins Xmas? We've worked so hard to make it wonderful for the children.

TinkyPeet Sun 23-Dec-12 09:59:58

Well if you tell him today then hopefully you can sort it out and get on with xmas

QuietNinjaChristmasSpecial Sun 23-Dec-12 10:01:18

Why are you so scared to tell your oh? You're both responsible for making this baby.

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 10:03:09

Because he didn't react very well with the news of our first baby. To say the least. Even though we were actually trying.
We're having some hard times anyway and are barely speaking as it is.
Just think it'll end up being my fault and then we won't speak over Xmas.

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 10:04:28

And because ultimately I'm not sure if I want another baby either.

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 10:22:16

Please don't leave me on my own... sad

weeblueberry Sun 23-Dec-12 10:29:00

Did your partner know you were off the pill?

If so he's got to have been aware that any tune you had unprotected sex you might have got pregnant. When you tell him do make sure you don't accept all the responsibility. It will just make it that much easier for him to 'blame' you if he's likely to do that.

QuietNinjaChristmasSpecial Sun 23-Dec-12 10:30:02

As tinkypeet said, it takes two so it is it just 'your fault' what is he like in general? Are you scared of him all the time?

QuietNinjaChristmasSpecial Sun 23-Dec-12 10:31:01

It is not just your fault. Not whatever I wrote

BaublesandTree Sun 23-Dec-12 10:37:45

Hey try not to worry everything will be fine in the end whatever you decide. Either you will have another baby or you will have an abortion - neither will be easy but equally neither will have to ruin your lives. if you make your decision for the best of reasons you won't regret it forever (there may be some times though). There will be tough decisions you need to share this with your OH. Regardless of the fact that you chose to come off the pill it still takes 2 to make a baby. If he was certain he didn't want another baby then he had contraceptive choices too. I hope you manage to work things out

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 10:59:25

He knew I was off the pill, yes.

I've told him. He took one look at me and knew something was wrong. I've just said I'm not ready to discuss specifics or decisions. We'll think about it in the New Year.
He was fine. Cuddled me... smile
Thanks everyone.

Thanks too baubles. It's nice to hear some plain talking when everything is whirring round your brain.

BaublesandTree Sun 23-Dec-12 11:51:31

I'm sorry if I sounded stern. I'm not very good at injecting warmth into text. Im glad your OH responded well I Hope you figure out the best thing for your family smile in the meantime I hope you can enjoy Christmas and not let it play on your mind too much

chevytruck Sun 23-Dec-12 12:23:53

You didn't sound stern baubles. Just matter if fact. Honestly, thanks.
Seeing the 'a' word written down was more shocking than thinking it though. Left me thinking...

TinkyPeet Sun 23-Dec-12 12:51:14

I really do hope you make the best decision for your family, I think it's wise waiting till after the festivities to do so and I'm glad your oh responded well. Good luck x

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