Nope, test from this morning looks like just as much of a super faint line as the other four now. Lines do have color to them, so they're not just evaporation lines. Husband isn't taking the faint lines seriously, so we're going to have to test again after another week or so. I'm not sure what we can do about it if I am pregnant again, anyway, but having a baby is better than having cancer and anything else that can cause these sorts of symptoms. I'm already enrolled for completely necessary classes this summer, but I'm going to have to look into how a pregnancy might be affected by chemistry labs. A lady stopped coming to labs because of becoming pregnant early last year. Really hoping she was just being super-protective, because I've never heard of a ban on pregnant ladies in labs. If I can't take labs, I'm screwed out of a degree at this point. As is, if I'm having another baby, I may have to figure out what I can do to be four-years-and-done instead of doing PhD, post-doc, DVM, etc. I'm already so old to be in college.
Plus, I have a yard full of undiagnosed chickens who are carrying something back and forth, so nobody wants them. Wave done so much work on the shed, but weather just isn't cooperating. Wish we'd known about possible Baby #4 before committing so much money to this cause.