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Normal beta HCG test done for bleeding during pregnancy, light lines on pregnancy test

Hi sir, I was pregnant 6 weeks 2 days, i was faced bleeding on 6 weeks 1 day. i went to hospital they did BETA HCG test in that test i got result normal. today i was did again home pregnancy test . After pregnancy test i was get on the strip 2 light colour lines. Before, when i didnt bleeding that time its showing very dark now today showing very light lines.
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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You have undergone a beta HCG test for pregnancy, which is confirmatory of pregnancy. On the home pregnancy test, whether it is light color or dark color, it does not signify anything. Only thing a urine pregnancy test can say is whether you can are pregnant or not.

Please do not bother about home pregnancy test. I hope you have undergone the first trimester scan. If not, please get it done.

Take care.
Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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