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How to read HPT reading to confirm pregnancy? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 26-Mar-2013
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User:This is XXXXXXX B.
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:I need some help from u r side.
User:i mean, i have some doubts..
Doctor:I shall try to help you as much as possible.
Doctor:Proceed with your query.
User:Regarding my wife, syntoms are looks like she is pregnancy
User:morning we have done urine test by using pregnancyTest plate.
User:there we have found 2 line on plate.
Doctor:2 line definitely suggest pregnancy.
User:1 line is full dark red and 2ned is lite red in color.
User:can u clarify on this one.
Doctor:Let me explain.
Doctor:The darkness of the test depend on the amount of Hcg (a hormone) secreted in the urine during pregnancy.
Doctor:The dark color you notice indicates that the kit is working
Doctor:the light color indicate this is early stages of pregnancy
User:oh!. Hmmm.
Doctor:The test will get darker in a few weeks when more amount of hormone is secreted in the urine.
Doctor:You can get the test repeated after a 3-5 days to confirm this.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:Again, can i test one more time after 15 days.
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
Doctor:You can repeat the test after a weeks time.
User:yep.i gotit..
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