UTIs do not affect the accuracy of pregnancy tests.
UTI does not affect the accuracy of pregnancy tests.
if you didnt miss your period your not prego
If you missed a period and you have taken 3 pregnancy tests that are all negative, you are probably wondering what is going on. Many factors can cause you to have a missed period such as stress, overexertion, certain medication and a change in lifestyle. You may want to make an appointment to see your doctor if you miss another period.
No but antibiotics can cause your birth control to fail.
Most pregnancy tests are 99%
Go see your GP.
With two negative pregnancy test and a period that'd be extremely unlikely.
if you are feeling no symptoms and your pregnancy tests are turning out negative i would advise you to see your doctor. he/she will then be able to carry out tests to determine whether or not you are pregnant and rule out any problems
All home pregnancy tests*
The at-home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate. Consult your gynecologist.
Most pregnancy tests are accurate day one of your missed period, if your test is negative retake it in 3 to 7 days.
Pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate, but being that it was negative and you got your period, I'd say you are definitely not pregnant.
Medical tests are never 100% certain. They can give a false positive, and a false negative result. You are asking about the possibility of a falsely negative result from a pregnancy test. These tests provide less certain results, the earlier in a pregnancy that they are taken. A sensible insurance is a retest. Yes. Usually you are suppose to take a pregnancy tests as soon as you miss your period.
Yes, because blood tests detect pregnancy earlier than urine tests do.
Take tests at a doctors and don't trust the home pregnancy ones.
your not suppose to get your period when your on that
It depends on what kind of pregnancy test you take. Some tests will label their tests as "Results 5 days before missed period" or somethin similar. This means that they are capable of detecting pregnancy four days before your missed period. But keep in mind that each day further away from your "expected period" the test will be less accurate. False negative pregnancy tests are much more common that false positive pregnancy tests. So if you get a negative result four days before your expected period, that may not always mean you are not pregnant.
I would def take more tests if I were you and do it at a clinic. The home pregnancy tests can give a false negative but not a false positive.
did you try different pregnancy tests? I would. If they all say negative...go to a doctor.
It could be just stress delaying your period, but if all tests are negative than that's a good indication that it's not pregnancy. Call your doctor, they may be able to give you a prescription to get your period going if you are truly not pregnant. ~pawsalmighty
medications w/ certain hormones can cause false positives or negatives. and certain pregnancy tests are better than others. i recommend seeing a dr.
Someone has previously weed upon the tester who is already pregnant.
Yes. Home administered pregnancy tests can be administered wrong and lead to a false negative result.
pregnancy tests can give false positives and false negatives, meaning, they screw up too. so take a couple of pregnancy tests then see a doctor. yes My sister's friend had her period the whole time she was pregnant.