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Having mild fever and had a home urine test. What are the chances of pregnancy? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 29-Nov-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Getting Pregnant
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User:Hai dr
Doctor:How can I help you today?
User:My sister 25year
User:Got urine test donein home yesterday n today both evening for pregnancyI
User:Got one dark line and other line light both time
User:But yesterdays was little dark than today ie second lineI
User:Planning yo XXXXXXX gynac dr friday as c has no leave
Doctor:When did she miss her periods?
User:Last month 5th c got periodsit z around 4o daysI
User:If the line z light z it positive or negativeI
Doctor:It seems positive.
User:We r excited n c z little tensed
Doctor:To be more sure she can go for blood pregnancy test or maybe repeat the urine test in a week
User:Though the line z light it gives positive?I
User:Ok thank u
Doctor:Thanks for consulting
User:C feels little temperature due to tense but less than 99 degree
User:C can take paracetamolif c feels more fever tonight I
User:If c takes any problem
Doctor:Yes she can take paracetamol.
Doctor:Also urine test needs to be confirmed with blood test
User:Ok thank u :)))))))
User:C can take dolo650 or crocin
Doctor:Crocin is a better medicine for her
Doctor:Do you have any question here?
User:No thanks
Doctor:take crea
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