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Missed periods, negative blood, urine and scan test, history of regular periods. What is the cause?

hi mam,am 24years old,newly married,we r looking for baby,since 3 years i have regular periods,i missed my period on june 27th, i had taken urine test at home on july 5th,i got 2 pink lines,my doctor told me am preganant and gave mcbm69 ana syrup,i had taken blood ,urine and scan test on july 10th,results are negative,till nw i dint got my period,am i preganat r not,pelase give me reply,what i supposed to do now,
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
Due to hormonal imbalance you gets missed periods but your home pregnancy kit shows positive result so your doctor had told you that you are pregnant but
You have a false positive urine pregnancy test.This happens some times that kits doesn' having nt show proper results as it will not function properly.
As your Blood Urine & scan is negative it is a confirmatory evidence that you are not pregnant.
You just wait for few days if you will not get your periods you have to take medicines to get withdrawal bleeding.Thanks.
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