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i have missed my last period and when i realized i was late i took a test during the time i was meant to hav my period. i took two clear blue digital pregnancy test which both indicted i was pregnant and estimated i was 1-2 weeks gone. i recently went to my docs to get a test done ther which came back inconclusive. they hav gave me another testing pot to try but i wont get th results till next week. i purchased a different test which i was unsure about as it had two lines but 1 was more faint than the other. i havnt got a clue if it means positive or negative. do yoo think i am pregnant and havnt got alot of the homone in my body yet to be sure or is it more likely im not pregnant please help


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replied January 27th, 2010
Am I Pregnant Answer A9530
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

You had your periods on 24th of December 2009 and it has just been 3-4 days over due. Two digital tests have come positive and a third urine test with a faint positive line. In all probability you are pregnant.

However there can be false positive results too. Wait for the test report from the lab. Wait for another week and repeat the test. If it is still inconclusive, then a trans-vaginal ultrasound will have to be done at 8-9 weeks to see heart activity.

Please discuss this with your gynecologist and go as per their advice. Hope this helps. Take care!



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