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Blood and urine tested positive for pregnancy, ultrasound couldn't found anything. Am i pregnant?

I have to positive pregnancy test ... Blood and urine... but i got a ultrasound today but couldnt find anything... so they took another blood test to see how far i am and my not sure what they were talking about ... but the test started with a (B) ........ they said my level is to low to be prego and they think i am not pregnant
Asked On : Fri, 25 May 2012
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hello , the test with the word 'B' can be beta HCG.. so regarding your condition is called false pregnancy test positive which is rare but if there can be due to various reasons like patients on fertility treatment, Chemical pregnancy - This is a pregnancy that has a positive pregnancy test but the embryo or fetus do not develop, some medical conditions , and due to effect of some drugs taken.
Thank you, god bless you..
Answered: Fri, 25 May 2012
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