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Taking fluoxetine or prozac. Pregnancy test positive. Medicines could have affected test result?

HI, i have taken two home pregnancy tests . Both showed positive results. I have recently started taking fluoxetine or prozac . I am wondering if it could have affected the results of the test. It is not impossible for me to be pregnant, but wasn t trying. Am not on birth control . I have had two miscarriages in past and am freaking out. Want a baby, but very nervous that another miscarriage may be the result.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Taking Fluoxetine or Prozac cannot cause a false positive result of pregnancy. These kits are 97% accurate. The two positive tests are likely to be accurate. You can confirm the findings by a blood test.
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Answered: Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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