I want to take a pregnancy test with my first morning urine but I don't have a test yet. Can I pee in a cup and then go get a test after I get my kids up? It might be about 3 hours...will the pee still be good then?
Yeah...that would be the best idea I guess:( I was just hoping to get a BFP today so It will be easy not to drink a margrita tonight when I go out for Cinco de Mayo;) Not that I will drink one anyway without knowing but being pregnant for sure makes it so easy.
Most tests are accurate using urine from any time of day. ESpecially if it's past time for your period. Your urine, if held in a cup should be good for several hours. If you got a bfp then you are def preg. It's much harder to get a false pos. than a false neg. So, CONGRATS!!! No Margaritas for you for the next 9 months :)
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