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Is it possible for a blood test meant to detect anemia before surgery to detect the pregnancy hormone is at all likely?

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2004-05-27 15:38:36
2004-05-27 15:38:36

No, because they would have to test for pregnancy to detect it. They can use the same blood to test it though if you request it.

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