Stress cannot effect a pregnancy test. A pregnancy test measures the chemical HCG in the body, either by blood or urine. Stress has no effect on the production of HCG.
Urine HCG is sometimes used to designate a urine pregnancy test.
The first urine test is the best for a pregnancy test.
Not at all. In a urine test, being diabetic may show the presence of sugar or ketones, whilst pregnancy tests look for the presence of a hormone in the urine. Being diabetic does not therefore affect the result of pregnancy tests.
No. Pregnancy tests detect hormones called hcG which is made in the placenta of a fertilized egg. Sperms cannot have these hormones and therefore shouldn't effect the result of the pregnancy test.
A urine pregnancy test tests for the "preg hormone" in the urine, which is at a higher level when a woman is pregnant. However, I'm not sure what you're trying to accomplish; a pregnancy test isn't a "Pass/Fail" scenario; it tells you if you're pregnant or not. Male urine on a pregnancy test should test negative.
A pregnancy can be ensured by doing a urine test.
No. It does not affect your pregnancy test. You do pregnancy test on your urine.
Yes. It is the most commonly used test for pregnancy.
Yes, if a pregnancy test is requested, the laboratory will run a pregnancy test on the urine sample.
no but it can effect a urine test for marijuana