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Have spotting,. Light positive on pregnancy test. What does this mean?

ok so i got my period on 02-21-13 and had spotting on 03-16-13 but not alot only a tiny bit when i wiped it is now 04-7-13 and still no period i have taken alot of pregnancy test and they say light positive so i went to emidiate care to confirm if i was pregnant or not and the lady said my urin test was positive but my blood test was negitvie so i waited a week and took another test and it came back light positive again what should i do and sugestions
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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It seems that you are having a chemical pregnancy. You need to get your blood HCG levels repeated to find out the absolute value. In some cases, D&C may be required to restart the cycles normally. Do consult your gynecologist for proper treatment.
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Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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