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No period. Beta hcg test not normal, Pregnancy test negative. Took duphaston, folic acid. Pregnant?

my last period was February 28, 2013 and i was expected to have my period last March 28, 2013. I've done beta hcg test, the normal is less than 4 and my test result was 51.9 its quite elevated and i took pregnancy test last april 1, 2013 and still positive. but this morning i take home pregnancy test and found out it was negative. I'm asking if i still pregnant or not? I took duphaston 10mg 3x a day, folic acid once a day and Aspirin 5mg once a day as what my doctor prescribed to me.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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If you are not on any hCG medication, your blood test indicates that you are pregnant. You should take serial serum beta-hCG titres coupled with trans-vaginal sonogram to see if everything is normal with your pregnancy. The positive HPT turning out negative is not a good sign, but needs to be viewed with caution as HPTs are not so sensitive. The medication can be continued as advised by your doctor. Take care.
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