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Surgery done for eptopic pregnancy. May have baby in womb. Will pregnancy test show positive?

I had surgery 11 days ago due to an eptopic pregnancy they removed my right tube before the surgery i was told that i may have a baby in the womb as my lining was thick and that they could see something in my scan but was unsure what it was. if i took a pregnancy test now would it still show up positive due to the hormone levels from the eptopic?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Yes chances of positive gets due to hormones of ectopic pregnancy is there
You can go for blood hcg levels and tyen epead them after 48 hrs if it doubles chances of pregnancy in the womb is surely there. If it is on a decreasing trend then less likely that pregnancy is thee in the womb. All he best. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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