Hello, I took a home test too and it came out positive, so I went to health department and their test came out netgative. So I went to see my family Dr. and I was 2 weeks pregnancy. What kind of ept test did you take? If you don't want to go to the doctor. I would take a first response test.I hope this helped. God bless Carrie
Hi, I too went to the health dept and had 2 tests taken, they didnt even wait a full 5 mins before telling me they were negative and by the time I got to my van they were both positive! I went back in and the dummies said the lines were to faint to be considered positive, but I took the tests to my dr and they said they were positive! So yes they can be wrong and this also happened with my last child who is now 6. Health dept's suck!
Yes, all pregnancy tests can be wrong
there could be many health related issues with that you should contact your doctor.
It means that either the blood tests were wrong or the home pregnancy test was wrong
A qualitative blood test can be wrong. The Quantitative Beta HCG blood test will not be wrong.
Most pregnancy tests are 99%
All home pregnancy tests*
No. A pregnancy test tests for the hormones that only show in pregnancy. Mono is a disease and they would look for the signs of Mono. Now, they could also do a pregnancy test just to make sure you aren't pregnant to check off what is wrong with you. The doctor will order blood tests of various kinds to be sure what the problem is with your health.
No its not wrong as pregnancy tests can detect pregnancy as early as 4 days before a missed period yes it can b
sure it can. why could it not be. tests are not 100 % correct all the time.
Most likely. Home pregnancy tests are rarely wrong, but it is possible for it to be wrong. You need to see your doctor, but if for any reason you can't, take two home tests one after the other. If they are both positive... that is your answer.
Yes it can be bad if the Dr. can't see you are pregnancy so. I think the Dr. can an need to do a ultsound on the who is pregnancy.
It means that you will need a doctors opinion. It is common to spot in early pregnancy. It is also common for a home pregnancy test to be wrong. Make a appointment at your local health department if you cannot afford a private doctor.
HPT are 99.9% accurate with positive answers. So they are almost never wrong. Seeing how you got 2 positive answers, the "pregnancy hormone" is present in your system. HPT are only about 50% accurate with negative answers. If you are still uneasy about the readings from the HPT, you can go to your local health department and request a pregnancy test there.
yes the home pregnancy test is wrong because accuracy wise the blood test for pregnancy which more clinics and hospitals use is more accurate than urine test for pregnancy which is the one frequently used in home pregnancy test or the quick kit test for pregnancy.
Irregular periodsMany women have irregular menstrual cycles. Periods that vary by a few days are normal. But women who frequently "miss" or "skip" their periods should see a doctor to determine the underlying cause. There could be serious gynecological or endocrinological problems. Hope this helpsDepends on if you went to a doctor or not. Sometimes home pregnancy tests can be wrong. I've had two friends take home pregnancy tests and they were wrong and one of my friends took multiple home pregnancy tests before she went to the doctor. By the way, the home pregnancy tests they took said it was negative. If you went to a doctor then it could possibly have been too early to detect it. Also, you can have periods and spotting while pregnant, or worse it could be a miscarriage, but you would feel pain with that. I would recommend going to your doctor or health department and getting a pregnancy test.
There is a high probability that you are. I have never had a wrong one even after 4 now
It can be two things. 1) Pregnancy or 2) Hormonal problems. Because your having pregnancy symptoms and negative pregnancy tests, you need to see your doctor for a blood test and a gynocologist incase its hormonal related.
Yes you still could be pregnant as pregnancy tests sometimes come out wrong, although if you have taken several tests it is unlikely that if you were pregnant they would all come out wrong. I would see a doctor and they will be able to give you the right information.
The pregnancy test is valid 10 days after intercourse. Stress could delay your cycle. relax.
You read the results wrong. Blood pregnancy tests aren't reported in percentages. Take a look at the result again.
On rare occasions you can encounter a false positive due to improper testing, expired pregnancy tests, rare medical conditions such as certain types of cancer, evaporation lines, a recent pregnancy or a chemical pregnancy.
U probly r, if u hav all the symptoms...pregnancy tests CAN, and hav been wrong.....
It is remotely possible, but unlikely. If someone has used eight over the counter pregnancy tests and all have come up positive, that someone should see a doctor for other possibilities if pregnancy is not an option.