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Can two lines in a pregnancy test indicate pregnancy ? 22yr old...i had taken registrone for 10 long days to postpone my periods. I stopped taking the pill since 2 weeks before bt am not having periods. but getting tinge of blood sometimes. i used pregasure. there was a deep purple line and da other one was very light pinkish colour..does it mean im pregnant??
Asked On : Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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Welcome to health care magic.

As you take REGISTRONE for postpone of periods for 10 days, there is hormonal imbalance and period may be delayed (not get in date).

A positive pregnancy test gives 2 clear purple line.

If you think of pregnancy (having unprotected sex),you can do blood test for HCG for confirmation.

Check the result.If positive,consult with gynecologist.

Other things you have to know for delaying period like Stress, Thyroid problem, Over wt, PCOS etc.

So need to do yoga & meditation to avoid stress. Take healthy diet.

All the best.

Answered: Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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