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Hello, the first day of my last period was September 13th. I took several pregnancy tests the following weeks and even a couple in October all of which were negative. Last week being November 1st my boobs got sore and larger than normal so I took a test that was positive and I went to the doctor and had a positive test. This week I went back for an ultrasound to find my exact due date and they couldn’t see the baby. The sent me for labs and my hcg was 94. I’m going back tomorrow for a second set of labs but I took a test this morning that was positive and took one this evening and it was negative. I’m very confused and any insight would help me greatly. I’ve not taken any meds or done anything that should make a false positive. Please help


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replied November 9th, 2018
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A proper ultrasound preferably a TVS transvaginal ultrasound should be done. Possibility of ectopic pregnancy should be ruled out. Proper drug history should be taken to rule out the possibility of use of medication that mimic hcg. If the ultrasound is negative for any gestational sac and there is no endometrial thickness associated with it then you are not pregnant


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