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Pregnancy test is positive but not clear

hello, i have had a miscarriage in october after 5 months or pregnancy . Now i am trying to conceive again. I have missed my period which was due on 9th april and having symptoms like nausea , acidity. I did a HPT which came positive. To reconfirm, i did a urine pregnancy test in the lab, the results of which are positive yet not fully positive(unclear). since yesterday i am having slight pain in my lower stomach too. I am confused and worried. what should I do?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Apr 2011
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If there is even a slightly positive test,then there is a pregnancy.Chances of false positive are low.Wait a week and repeat another test.If this is positive you need to get a ultrasound.See your OB for supportive treatment if you have a viable pregnancy.
Bed rest and no heavy lifting.Any bleeding,go to the ER stat.
Answered: Sat, 16 Apr 2011
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