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Done pregnancy test twice, positive results. Urine test shows an infection. Pregnancy report positive due to infection?<br><br>

hi, i have done two clear blue pregnency test on two seprate days and was positive then i went to my GP. he checked my urine and he told me i have urine infection and i m not pregnent. he aske me to do my blood test which is on wednesday. i come home and done again clear blue test and its same 1 to 2 can any of you can help me and tell me if i m pregnent or not.
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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If you were menstruating regularly and are not on any contraception, it is possible that you could be pregnant. Urinary infections may sometimes lead to irregular cycles but they do not give rise to positive pregnancy tests. You should get a blood test and a sonogram done to confirm after consulting a gynecologist. Confirmation of your pregnancy will decide the mode of treatment for your urinary infection. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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