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PCOD. Taking folvite. Done Beta HCG. What does it mean?

hi.........I have PCOD and having treatment ....this month I missed my periods, 18th feb was my last period date, I had home test it was negative after 7 days i.e. today i have done my beta hcg its 0.62, I want to know still there is any chance for pregnancy , I am having folvite from last few months............should I go for ultrasound to check pregnancy??
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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As you say,your pregnancy test is negative the chances for pregnancy is slim.Still you can repeat the pregnancy test after one one week.Remember more concentrated is the urine,higher is the sensitivity for urine pregnancy test.Ultrasound is the final confirmatory test that can be done to confirm or rule out pregnancy.It is possible for someone with PCOD to go without menstrual cycles for many months without actually being pregnant.
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