Everyone has a gallbladder unless it has been surgically removed, but if you mean can it detect a gallbladder problem, no it can't. A pregnancy test detects a hormone only produced during pregnancy by an embedded embryo so nothing else can mimic it.
There is no gallbladder disease or problem that would cause a false positive pregnancy test.
Can the progesterone blood test detect pregnancy?
how long after conception can a pregnancy test detect that your pregnant
The gallbladder has no effect on hormones of pregnancy. Gallstones will not affect a pregnancy test.
No, a pregnancy test does not detect chlamydia, and chlamydia does not affect the accuracy of pregnancy tests. Ask your health care provider for a chlamydia test.
No, a blood test for pregnancy would not detect HIV. Ask for the HIV test by name.
A home pregnancy test can detect the pregnancy hormone starting around 10 days after conception.
Blood test are good for women who do not have enough hcg in their urine to detect on a home urine pregnancy test. A blood test can detect pregnancy before a hpt can. Hopes this help
Unfortunately, they cannot. The sole purpose of a pregnancy test is to test whether or not a woman is pregnant. There are some devices that detect medical ailments and can detect pregnancy, but they are different.
no blood test can detect pregnancy with in 7 days and an ultrasound can not detect pregnancy until 3 weeks lmp. no blood test can detect pregnancy with in 7 days and an ultrasound can not detect pregnancy until 3 weeks after conception 5 weeks lmp
A pap smear can't detect pregnancy. A pregnancy test is needed to detect pregnancy.
No, because they would have to test for pregnancy to detect it. They can use the same blood to test it though if you request it.
A pregnancy test does no detect caffeine.
yes it is possible.
With a pregnancy test.
It can detect pregnancy as long as the HCG hormone is in your body. So anytime during pregnancy. If you get a positive test then a negative go see a doctor because a miscarriage is possible.
It all depends on how much of the pregnancy hormone (HcG) the pregnancy test can detect. Some detect as low as 10 mg of the hormone, and some take up to 100 mg.
Every doctors office is different, but the very earliest a pregnancy test can detect pregnancy is 10 MIU. Most tests detect at 20 or 25 tho. So chances are, if your home test is negative, your doctor will say the same thign.
Once you have a couple of children you know the symptoms you feel it, however the pregnancy test is the best way to detect.
The very earliest a home pregnancy test can detect a pregnancy, is 6 DPO, or 6 days past ovulation. However, some babies will not implant until as late as 10-12 DPO, which in that case, a pregnancy test would not be able to detect a pregnancy until after the period is missed. For a pregnancy test to be able to detect a pregnancy, the baby has to have implanted into the uterine wall, so that hCG can be produced. HCG can be detected in the blood before it can be detected in the urine, so if you really want to know if you are pregnant, you might want to get a blood test done by your OB.
A urine pregnancy test detects hCG, or human chorionic gonadotropin.
This test will only tell you, if you have cervical cancer.
Yes, because when you took the first pregnancy test it could have been too early in the pregnancy to detect any hCG.
No. Fertility tests are made to detect FSH not hCG. You will need to buy an actual home pregnancy test or see your Dr.