There are some facts you should know
Before you make any decisions, you need to determine if you really are pregnant.
An ultrasound exam is the only 100% accurate way to determine pregnancy.
A urine pregnancy test detects elevated HcG, a hormone which increases rapidly in early pregnancy. These levels decline slowly after the demise of a fetus and can still be detected several weeks after fetal death, resulting in a positive test result.
A pregnancy outside the uterus (ectopic) can cause elevated HcG levels, which result in a positive test. In addition, you should obtain medical treatment immediately upon discovery of an ectopic pregnancy!
20% of positive pregnancy tests are not viable intrauterine (inside the uterus) pregnancies. In fact, many women have had abortions when they weren't actually pregnant at the time.