Positive pregnancy test 1 month after tube removal
I had my left tube removed on March 24, 2011 due to a second ectopic pregnancy. Two weeks later, I took a hpt to find out if my hcg levels were still detectable. I did it it twice just to be sure and they both came back negative. I took a test today because of an early symptom that I had when I was pregnant with both my sons. It is showing positive. I took another one just to be sure and it was also positive. At BEST I'm 2 weeks pregnant. Does anyone know what the chances of me not losing this baby would be or could it still be residual hormones? My two ectopic pregnancies were due to a Mirena IUD which was removed before my tube removal. I'm not sure what to except or how to tell if the hpt were accurate. Any thoughts on the matter would be VERY much appreciated!
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