After fertilization and then implementation, the placenta forms and produces the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). This hormone then enters your bloodstream and urine. As the pregnancy progresses, the HCG concentration doubles every two to three days. The pregnancy test detect the HCG, thus indicating a positive test result. The more days you wait, the higher the concentration of HCG.
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