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Pinkish red spotting, had faint positive as well as negative pregnancy tests. Advice?

hi 3 weeks ago i took a pregancy test 3 in fact all came back faint postives have all systoms being sick, cramps .. i did another 3 tests and they all negative, yesterday i started spotting brown in colour now today when i wipe its pinkish red no clots am i pregant or is something else wrong am nervous wreck please help..
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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hi alisha. if ur pregnancy test is faint positive means ur pregnant but ur preg. harmones r not enough to make it a strong positive. this may mean either its a v early pregnancy or the d growth is not sufficient. this can be confirmed by a blood test;beta HCG and n tvsonography which shud show a sac with a fetal pole n d heart beat by now as 3 wks ev already passed. moreover once spotting started may mean a missed abortion, but u shud confirm by an ultrasonography. all d best.
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