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Advice for pregnancy test with delayed period - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi
User :   i need to speak to some gynaecologist
Doctor :   I am a General Practitioner, I believe I can help you within my expertise and If required I shall recommend a specialist.
User :   ok, i havnent had my periods foe the last 10 u advise me to go for pregnancy checks ?
Doctor :   Yes.
Doctor :   It is better to get a Urine Pregnancy test done
Doctor :   with a Velocit kit at home
Doctor :   Use an early morning urine sample
User :   shld i do the test at home or consult a gynae ?
Doctor :   You can get the test home and if the test is inconclusive then you can consider consulting a Gynec
User :   if its positive then also i shld consult a gynae ?
Doctor :   Yes, you can for instructions and a general check up.
User :   can i wait for 4-5 more days.........i really dont want to get disspointed with a negative test this time arnd
Doctor :   Usually after a 10 day delay, the test should be positive provided you are producing enough hormones.
Doctor :   You can wait also if you wish.

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