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    sdutta posted:
    I had taken two tablets of aspirin (325 mg each ) on Feb 24 .The 2nd one was taken on Feb 24(evening).I took a HPT on Feb 25(2PM) &another around 7 :15 PM on Feb 25 . I took another home pregnancy test on Feb 26(2-3PM). All showed positive. I am now wondering if the positive urine tests were because of the influence of aspirin ! Does anyone know if this happens ? I am yet to see my OB/GYN. I am on no other medication and never was !
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    No, aspirin will not cause a false positive. I'd say you're pregnant.


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