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    Can My daughter still be Pregnant
    LeonaH posted:
    On Oct. 29th my daughter went to the ER. They did a urine and blood test both said she was pregnant. She has all the systems of being pregnant. Yesterday she went to her first OB appointment. The urine test came back negative. They did a blood test and it came back negative today. We are all so confused on how she can have two positive and two negative and still have all the systems. Has anyone ever heard of this and could she be pregnant?
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It's rare but it happens. There's also the possibility she had an early miscarriage.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)
    mommyin2011 responded:
    This is very strange. Maybe suggested an ultrasound to see if there is a baby or not.

    The test at the ER may or may not be as sensitive as the test at your daughters OB. I would definitely do an u/s and more blood work if possible.

    Good luck!!
    Proud mommy of DS (7/31/11) and DD (7/18/12)

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