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Tested for pregnancy, first showing negative, then positive. Abortion medication?

hi doctor i have check my pregnancy have preganews strip today morning 6 o clock for Report is 1 pink line on C it means its negetive but i see this strip 9 o clock than 2 pink line on C & T so i dont understand this report and i have no child for this time besause we have 1 1/2 year son in this time so we dont child . PLEASE replay for this problem.
Asked On : Mon, 9 Jul 2012
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Hi Hetal,
Thanks for using the HCM. I am happy to address your questions, Preganews is an agglutinating Sera Reagent Strip. This strip checks the presence of ‘hcg (human chorionic gonadotropin)’ hormone in the urine. If this hormone is there in the urine then one is ‘definitely’ pregnant. It has been observed that the concentration of HCG shows continuous rising trends, specially during the early stage of maternity, hence HCG is a perfect way to know about the status of pregnancy.
All you are required to put three drops of your morning urine on the test strip. Wait for five minutes and check the color of the strip. If you find two pink colors on the strip then you are pregnant. And, if you find that there is only one pink color on the strip then you are not pregnant. The presence of HCG in the urine is guaranteed for a pregnant woman when urine is there in the bladder for at least 4 hours. Hence, it is advisable to use this strip with morning urine. If the strip gives negative result then one should repeat the test within one week to get surety about the status of pregnancy. Remember to check results on the strip within 5 to 10 minutes for accurate prediction and not after few hours. Will also recommend to show to your clinician in case of any further concerns. Thanks
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