If you got a line with color within the time limit, then most of the time that is a BFP. I'm not too sure about with internet cheapies though. But if you have doubts, take another test after holding your urine for 4 hours. I'd go out and get a First Response. The Internet cheapies and $trees are for peeing on until you get something questionable. That's when you break out the big expensive tests.
it sounds to me like a BFP!! because of the color and time and everything. i took one of those internet cheapies yesterday and i had a line in like one second - however, it was not purple like the control line and it went only half way across.....so i considered it to be a faulty test. your sounds nothing like that so i would say YOU ARE PREEEEEEGGGGGGEEEERRS!
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