If your pregnant does it show up in blood work
Yes, the pregnancy hormone hCG will show up in blood tests if you are pregnant.That is usually how drs confirm a pregnancy.ChaCha! [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/if-your-pregnant-does-it-show-up-in-blood-work ]
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- Will being pregnant show up in blood work?
- only if they specifically tested for pregnancy, which they don't ordinarily do unless they have reason to believe you are pregnant.
- How far along pregnant do you have to be for it to show up in blo...?
- 10 days after conception gives you an accurate results via blood test.
- Does the pregnancy hormone show up when not being specifically te...?
- In any blood test they will look for pregnancy so yes.
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