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are my chances of getting pregnant higher if i am taking HCG and no birth control?? I am 3 days late, showing on pregnancy test that i am pregnant, i feel no symptoms of being pregnant! but not sure how long before HCG gets out of my system. a bit nervous here. Does HCG make me more fertile?
HCG is the hormone that is in your urine when you test for pregnancy so chances are that you are not pregnant. if you have been taking HCG it will turn up a positive result in your pregnancy test and your period might not come until you are off of it because since it is a pregnancy hormone your body reads it as such. hope this helps.
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