A 31-year-old female asked:
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late for period. got 2 positive tests last night. took two this morning first 1 was positive & 2 was neg. what's this mean? didn't get much pee on 2

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Dr. Neal Handly
23 years experience Emergency Medicine
Part of test : The test can vary if the amount of hormone is low and urine is dilute (if you drink a lot of fluid). In early pregnancy the hormone level is usually low and doubles every 2-3 days - waiting a few days may give you a more reliable test result - but it is likely that you are pregnant.
Answered on Jul 5, 2013
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