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Very tired. Pregnancy test faintly positive despite regular period. What is going on?

Hey, I am over two weeks late for my period. I have been a little more tired and not have been really hungry. I took a test after a week of being late and it came out negative then after two weeks of being late I took two tests that came out faintly positive. My period is always regular. Am I pregnant or could it be something else?
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Hi Keana,
Thanks for posting your query.
If previously your periods were regular & now you are getting late & pregnancy test is coming weakly positive, it means you can be pregnant.
However to be weakly positive is a matter of concern.
So consult your doctor & get your blood beta HCG test done, if it is doubling every 48 hourly then it is ok;otherwise get trans vaginal scan done to rule out ectopic pregnancy.
All The Best.
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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