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Will being diabetic affect the result of a pregnancy test?

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2010-03-19 12:08:40
2010-03-19 12:08:40

Not at all. In a urine test, being diabetic may show the presence of sugar or ketones, whilst pregnancy tests look for the presence of a hormone in the urine. Being diabetic does not therefore affect the result of pregnancy tests.

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