Some women do not get a positive pregnancy test will late in their pregnancy , if even. A blood pregnancy test is the best way to go.
good pee, bad blood.
sometime hpt gives false positive... if you took a doctor's urine pregnancy test and came back negative then ask for a blood test--a blood test will tell you if you are pregnant or not- even if you have low hcg in your urine-and yes you could still pregnant with all the symptoms---best of health
You're not pregnant?
If you are a blood donor your blood can be given to anyone. Everyone who is O negative is OO negative, by father, husband and both my sons are all O negative. If you are a rhesus negative woman married to a rhesus positive man you may need to have Anti-D while pregnant and after delivery to prevent your blood becoming sensitised and affecting a Rhesus positive baby More elaborate answer on pregnancy in rhesus negative women: If you are a rhesus negative woman pregnant by a rhesus positive partner you WILL (typically only after the first pregnancy, but, it's suggested with any pregnancy of a Rh- woman) need a RhoGAM (Anti-D) injection in early pregnancy to protect the embryo from being miscarried from an attack by your immune system and again during or immediately after delivery to stop the fetal blood (which most likely will be positive) from mixing with your blood preventing your death. Negative can successfully mix with positive, but, positive will kill a negative.
The chances of that happening are very low as false positive pregnancy tests are very rare
Pregnancy tests are almost always accurate with home tests it is more common to get a false negative then a positive if it says you are pregnant then you are.... With a blood test you will most likely always get the correct reading because your blood changes it increases and it develops a hormone that is only there when pregnant.
No not unless your a troll
If you have had a negative blood test, it is very unlikely that you are pregnant
Definitely not. The only thing that will cause a negative pregnancy test is no HCG in your blood which means you're not pregnant.
If the antibodies in Rh negative pregnant mothers attack the blood cells of an Rh positive baby, the baby may be damaged by a low blood cell count. This hemolytic anemia can be prevented by the use of Rhogam in each pregnancy in an Rh negative mother.