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krayzieqt55
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I'm supposed to go take a Blood pregnancy test in a 2 days, what exactly is the test for? Mainly because, I was hanging out with friends the other night and a few of them were smoking weed. Would that show up in the test results? Or do they not check for something like that? I need to know ASAP, please help!

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ErinK
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Pregnancy tests measure levels of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG), a hormone only produced by women during pregnancy. In a blood or urine test for preganncy, they're only looking for that and nothing else -- they're not doing any kind of drug testing.
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