Wait a week and see if you get your period. If not, test again. If that one is negative and you still don't have your period, see a doctor for blood testing and an ultrasound. The only true way to see is an ultrasound!
Definitely not. The only thing that will cause a negative pregnancy test is no HCG in your blood which means you're not pregnant.
It really depends on how long after the bleeding you had the blood test. If you had the blood test within 5 days after the bleeding and it was negative then its possible you wasnt pregnant. But if you had the blood test less than 5 days after the bleeding and it was negative, then you was not pregnant. But a pregnancy test should only go positive when HCG has been detected and this is only during pregnancy.
Yes, there should be, otherwise if one it is only negative. GREAT TEST to take!!!!
You might have clues like spotting/bleeding, or cramping, or your pregnancy tests turn negative again. but the only way you can relaly know is by having a beta hcg test. if the number drops you will lose the baby. Also you could do an ultrasound. If the baby has no heartbeat at a point where he should by now, you will likely lose the baby.
Take the test again, it could always be wrong. But then again you are only 3 days late. give it a week or so.
No. The only thing that will cause a negative pregnancy test is no HCG in your Urine. A pregnancy test will only become positive when HCG has been detected in your Urine. If it does not become positive then no HCG has been detected. Test in a week and if it is still negative then see your doctor for a blood test or confirmation.
There is only one thing to do if you have one positive and one negative pregnant test. You should go to the doctor and get the pregnancy confirmed.
Only if the test is defective or you took the test incorectly.
Yes. Home pregnancy tests only read up to a certain amount of hCG or the pregnancy hormone. Anything above that number would read negative.
There are only a few things that cause these symptoms, if your pregnancy test is negative you should see your OB/GYN.
For the most accurate results, the only urine that should touch the pregnancy test should be you.
If you normally have a period that lasts 2 or more days and this slight bleeding is the only "period" you have had, since having unprotected sex - you should take a pregnancy test. It is the only way to rule out pregnancy at this point. If the pregnancy test, done first thing in the morning is negative a month after unprotected sex - spotting or a light period after several weeks of breakthrough bleeding is nothing to worry about. Your body will get regular again over the next month or so.
Neither - you should wait a day or two and take another. Keep in mind, false positives are very rare - a false negative is more likely, so there's a good chance the first one was right. But the only way to know is to check again!
of course those pregnancy tests are only 90 percent positive. my friend took a pg test before it came out negative but she wasactually pregnant...dont let it fool you sweetie!
If you "feel pregnant" take the test once at least 1 well before your next period. Then if its negative wait a week if you miss a periods take it again! If you get a false negative with no period following consult your doctor. But if its positive your pregnant! I took 7 dollar tree test all positive! Everyone says they don't talk work so I kept trying then told my dr she says that a home pregnancy test will only be positive if it detects the pregnancy hormone hcg. That there is no insurance of a false positive, just a false negative! & if something doesn't feel right always listen to your body because of ectopic pregnancy and a chance
Only is you use an early detection pregnancy test. However you are more likely to get a false negative result.
NO! A hpt can only be used once.
Home pregnancy tests only measure hCG (the pregnancy hormone) up to a certain level. If you hCG levels are higher than what the tests reads then you can end up with a false negative.
Yes, you can. The doctor is only 96% accurate, though it is unlikely
Hello there. Providing you conceived about two weeks ago you can do a pregnancy test now. But I would advise you to keep testing for the next two weeks if the test is negative and you dont get a period.
Yes it can. Any pregnancy test can give a false negative (not picking up on the presence of the hormone hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin)) however they will not give a false positive (The hormone will only be there if you are pregnant) An expired pregnancy test will be even less accurate.
The only difference between a phantom pregnancy and a real pregnancy is that with a phantom pregnancy you are not actually carrying a baby and you will usually have a period and a negative pregnancy test. You will have the same symptoms as a regular pregnancy and they can last at least as long as 7 months.Scroll down to related links and look at "False pregnancy - Wikipedia"
No. The only thing that will cause a false negative on a HPT is testing too early. See your DR for a blood test.