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Had abortion due to chicken pox. Delayed periods. What are the methods of finding out pregnancy other than home pregnancy test?

Hi,I got married 3 years before last year by this time i got conceived but same time i got chickenpox so doctors advised me to abort the baby so i did it.Now we are planning for a baby as far as I lost 6 days of my period but slightly i m getting pain in my stomac.I dont know whether i got conceived or not.can u give me any tip to find whether i got conceived or not other than testing kit?
Asked On : Fri, 25 May 2012
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DEAR GILNAT YOU CAN DO AN ULTRASOUND.IT WILL ALSO TELL YOU IF YOUR PREGNANCY IS NORMAL OR NOT.TESTING KIT USES HCG.HCG CAN ALSO BE RELATED TO ABNORMAL PREGNANCIES.
ULTRASOUND CAN ALSO AID TO DIAGNOSE OTHER DISEASES.
PAIN ABDOMEN IS A BIT TRICKY.YOU MUST CONSULT A PHYSICIAN AND DO NECESSARY INVESTIGATIONS.
GOOD LUCK AND THANKS FOR ASKING.
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Answered: Sat, 26 May 2012
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