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Delayed periods, not feeling hungry, nausea. Pregnant?

Doctor my last period was 16th of Feb and now its apr 14. I'm late for my periods nearly 2months. I'm I pregnant? I hav done velocit test twice but both the time the c is darker and t is lighter. I'm very much confused doctor. I hav a symptoms that I'm not getting digest after eating. Feel that my stomach is always full not digesting properly. Feel lik vomiting but I dint vomit. I dont want to go outside to check so give me a solution pls.
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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A slightly positive pregnancy test can be due to a chemical pregnancy or a miscarriage or a blighted ovum. You need to get an ultrasound scan and serum Beta HCG levels evaluated to find out the cause.
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Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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