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tests are not carried out on a 'routine' basis when blood or urine samples are tested. Secondly, before carrying out a pregnancy test, the patient's consent has to be obtained. So, if the doctors have not informed you about this, then it is unlikely that they are going to do a pregnancy test on your samples. Having whitish flakes in urine is not a specific indicator of pregnancy. It could be due to contaminants from the vagina or due to a urinary tract infection
Dr. Sheeba Stephen