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History of miscarriage. Had unprotected sex, delayed period. Positive pregnancy test

Hi there had a misscarriage 4 weeks ago which was on 21st of feb i bleed for 4 days then stopped , then started to have inprotcted sex which was on the 25th of feb and I have not come on my peroid which usually is on time , I am I pregnant when should I do a test I did one last Tuesday said negative but when I was pregnant before I did a test one week said negative and did one next week with a clear blue tests which detects how many weeks and said positive x
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Hi and thanks for the query,
the commonest cause of missed periods in a woman of reproductive age is pregnancy. You did a pregnancy test already which tested positive. With a past history of unprotected sex, absence of periods with the positive pregnancy tests are therefore diagnostic. Its true that there exist some false positives at times, wait to see whether you start experiencing sympathetic signs of pregnancy or not. Or if very anxious, consult a gynecologist for blood BHCG sensitive tests to be done or an obstetric ultrasound.
thanks and hope this helps,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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