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    2 Positives on expired tests
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    kstategrad07 posted:
    Hey Ladies!

    I am 2 days past due, and yesterday I started feeling nauseated, gassy/bloated, and having lower back pains. So this morning I took two pregnancy tests that I had left from DS. I got positives on both of them (not light lines either), but they were both expired by at least a year. DH and I haven't been actively trying, but we haven't been preventing either because we would love another baby!

    I know the best thing to do would be to buy another test or go to the doctor, but I can't drive so I will have to wait till DH gets home. In the meantime I thought I would see your experience/opinions!

    Thanks!
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