No, pregnancy tests are not always correct.
No, even pregnancy tests have errors sometimes.
It just means that you are not getting pregnant.
Home pregnancy tests isn't always 100% percent sure. It is best to get a blood and urine test at the doctors office.
I always pass the tests that I take, even the pregnancy and STD tests (joking).
Very, very unlikely if you're doing the tests right.
If a pregnancy test comes out positive. Although, pregnancy tests aren't always 100% accurate.
Almost NOTHING is ALWAYS correct.Home pregnancy tests are around 85 % so use three from different manufacturers and you are approaching 99% if they all give the same result. If not then you will have to find out why.
Pregnancy tests are not always right. Plus 3 weeks is quite a bit of time, you should go see your doctor, you will get a more accurate test.
It have happen and I'm sure it did to many womens out there. this means that the pregancy tests are not always right what you need to do is see a real doctor instead of at home using pregancy tester.
Either the first one was right or you've had a early miscarriage. The home pregnancy tests are not always reliable. Take a blood test to make sure.
Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate. It is always best to see a doctor for accurate pregnancy results.
most likely not pregnant, with so many negatives, but that being said, pregnancy tests are not always right, and you can get your period while pregnant, if you think you might be, its best to consult a doctor
It tests the hCG (pregnancy hormone) levels that are in your blood.
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yes because to have the phantom pregnancy your body secretes pregnancy hormones which is what pregnancy tests look for
Yes. Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate. Take multiple tests, or see a doctor. If you are far enough along in the pregnancy to be feeling movement from the fetus, then your belly should have started protruding.
Pregnancy tests are not 100% reliable. False postitives are very rare, but false negatives are a lot more common, generally because people test too early for it to show as positive
No, it could be a sign of something else and every pregnancy does not involve morning sickness (75% do). The best ways to tell if you are pregnant are missed periods, home pregnancy tests, and physician exams and laboratory tests.
Yes, pregnancy tests are not always 100% accurate and a doctor should be able to confirm or deny if you are, in fact, pregnant.
Pregnancy tests detect certain chemicals in a woman's urine which are otherwise not present if not pregnant. Otherwise NO.
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Sometimes they can be.... So you always have to check twice... If you are still unsure, go check at the doctors...
No. They are exactly the same.
Although urine tests are almost 100 percent accurate, there could be something affecting the test that is not a pregnancy. Blood tests, are completely accurate, and i recommend anyone to get a blood test instead of a urine test, because they can tell right away if your pregnant, and it wont be something setting of the pregnancy test, when really it isn't a pregnancy, and it's always important to be absolutely positive. - Nicole.