Felt really exhausted and sore boobs, so i went to dr for blood test on 8/3 neg. Expected af on 8/6, didnt get, went back to the dr 8/9 to see if i was pregnant, blood test came back indeterminate, what is that? Am i pregnant? or is there something else wrong?
This happened to me, this is my story -
I took 3 hpt's non digital and they were all faint positive, took 1 digital and it said not pregnant. I went to the dr the next day and took a blood hcg and the test came back indeterminante. I asked my dr what this meant and she said it means that they found hcg but that it was very early so I needed to test again. Not enough hcg for them to definitely say positive. I guess there is a level the hcg must be at for the lab to say positive. I went in 2 days later and took another and it was positive. Good luck
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