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still dont beileve it because i thought i couldnt concive?

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hi im six weeks pregnant but before i got pregnant i had irregular periods and my tests did come up two lines but i still dont beileve it because i thought i couldnt concive?

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replied January 1st, 2015
First Trimester of Pregnancy Answer A50650
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

There can be a great deal of confusion about the diagnosis of pregnancy with assurity especially if HPTs alone are relied upon and interpreted in isolation. Though they are accurate but error due to kit issues and user handling occurs frequently. A better way is to repeat the test and go for blood hcg levels and subsequently an obstetric ultrasound. Infertility is not an issue as accordingly you are pregnant, just for information purposes, its only worked up if there is 1 year of unprotected intercourse that fails to impregnate a woman.

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