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2 positive home pregnancy tests. Internal scan done and measured at 3-4 weeks pregnant. Could only see ? Sac. 10000 hcg. Should i worry?

2 positive home pregnancy tests. Internal scan done and measured at 3-4 weeks pregnant. Could only see ? Sac. 10000 hcg. Should i worry?

Likely no: It would be perfectly normal to see solely a sac at 3-4 weeks of pregnancy. There is a very wide range of 'normal' in regards to HCG levels. It's great that they saw a sac, hopefully they are planning on a follow up ultrasound to see heartbeat? http://americanpregnancy.org/duringpregnancy/hcglevels.html ultrasound is more reliable than HCG for dating. A follow up ultrasound would be good. ...Read more

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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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What to do if I had 2 positive home pregnancy tests, 2 negative urine tests @ clinic, & 1 negative blood test @ lab?

What to do if I had 2 positive home pregnancy tests, 2 negative urine tests @ clinic, & 1 negative blood test @ lab?

Not pregnant: If blood HCG is negative, you are not currently pregnant. Call GYN if you go more than 8 weeks from your last period without getting another period.For more info: www.askyourgynecologist.org ...Read more

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Is it possible to have 2 positive home pregnancy tests then a negative at the doctors? My last period was 8th may and i'm still not bleeding

Is it possible to have 2 positive home pregnancy tests then a negative at the doctors? My last period was 8th may and i'm still not bleeding

Possible: It is possible that you lost an early pregnancy but have not experienced the bleeding yet. I trust that you are under the care of a doctor who can provide more details based on your clinical history, physical findings and if there are other lab results. ...Read more

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I would like an estimate on how far along i am? My period was due on march 28, I have had two positive take home pregnancy tests.

I would like an estimate on how far along i am? My period was due on march 28, I have had two positive take home pregnancy tests.

EGA: The most helpful information would be the date of your last menstrual period and your typical cycle length. But if you want a rough idea then let's assume your usual cycle is 28 days. If so, then your last menstrual period would have been february 28. Based on that you are about 5 weeks pregnant. ...Read more

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I have been spotting for 1 day now going on 2(13days late w/ 2 positive at home pregnancy tests and a negative blood test. Could I still be pregnant?

I have been spotting for 1 day now going on 2(13days late w/ 2 positive at home pregnancy tests and a negative blood test. Could I still be pregnant?

Unclear if ever were: Urine pregnancy tests are very sensitive, but serum (blood) bHCG tests are even more sensitive, and are not prone to human error interpreting results like home urine pregnancy tests are. If your urine pregnancy tests were positive, but serum bHCGs test was negative on same day, then you were probably never pregnant. It really depends on timeline you did these tests. ...Read more

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I have gotten 2 positive at home pregnancy tests, I'm anxious to see my OBGYN but she is out of town for another week, can I see my family doctor?

I have gotten 2 positive at home pregnancy tests, I'm anxious to see my OBGYN but she is out of town for another week, can I see my family doctor?

Pregnancy: Yes, your family doc will get you started with prenatal vitamins, discuss a healthy pregnancy and give you advice on pre-existing medical conditions and medications if you are on any. Some family docs also follow moms through a pregnancy and deliver as well, so you may ask about that. ...Read more

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I took two home pregnancy tests one straight after the other. First one was positive, second was negative. Id be 4 weeks. Am I pregnant?

I took two home pregnancy tests one straight after the other. First one was positive, second was negative. Id be 4 weeks. Am I pregnant?

Maybe: There is some variation in the manufacturing process of test strips that makes some strips more sensitive than others. The level of pregnancy hormone in your urine must reach a certain level to turn the urine test positive consistently. In a normal pregnancy, the hormone levels increase by at least 50% in 48 hours. You can wait 48 hours and test again or see your gyn and get a blood test. ...Read more

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I took two home pregnancy tests, both came out positive, i'm only four days late on my period, today i bled?

I took two home pregnancy tests, both came out positive, i'm only four days late on my period, today i bled?

Rare false positives: Sounds like you're pregnant. Begin preparations for a healthy pregnancy, diet, vitamins, abstain from alcohol, nicotine and drugs. The bleeding may be implantation bleeding, and should stop quickly. ...Read more

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Took two at home pregnancy tests the other day, both positive, i don't know what to do now, what doctor do I go to next? Should i got straight to a ob/gyn right away or should I go to a regular medical doctor for a blood test. Me and my husband are new to

Took two at home pregnancy tests the other day, both positive, i don't know what to do now, what doctor do I go to next? Should i got straight to a ob/gyn right away or should I go to a regular medical doctor for a blood test. Me and my husband are new to

Either: Pregnancy tests are pretty accurate. Everyone does not require a blood test to confirm pregnancy. It would likely be quicker to see your regular doctor first. However, many people would schedule their first appointment with the person who will be caring for them during the pregnancy (midwife, obstetrician or family practitioner). Your regular doctor may have some good suggestions for you. ...Read more

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