Hello. Do you mean QUANTITATIVE or QUALIATIVE? If it was a qualifiative then you can definitely still be pregnant. If it was a quantitative then chances are you aren't pregnant hun and the HPTs were faulty or you had a early miscarriage. Im very sorry if you had a miscarriage. Hoever, I would get a retest done to find out. Blood test I mean. :-)
negative= not pregnant positive= pregnant be sure to read the instructions on the pregnancy test package
On a pregnancy test where you get a positive or a negative sign, the positive (plus sign) indicates pregnancy, while the negative indicates non-pregnant.
No pregnancy is pregnancy and it doesn't matter if you were on the pill at the time. It will still show positive if you were pregnant.
Home pregnancy tests rarely give you a false-positive. If two pregnancy tests have shown positive, I would say that you are definitely pregnant. The may've mucked up the blood test. Judge for yourself if you have any other signs of pregnancy. Sore breasts? Nausea? Dizziness and headaches? Bloating?
If you are four weeks pregnant you will have enough hCH to have a positive pregnancy test.
Pregnancy tests measure the level of hcg in your body. When you are pregnant, and as your pregnancy progresses, your hcg level rises. When you take a urine pregnancy test and it comes back negative, the level of hcg is not high enough to register on the test. When the quantitative serum pregnancy test is positive, it is a more acurate reading of how far along in your pregnancy you actually are.
This happened to me when I got pregnant with my third child. The first test was negative and the second positive. From what I understand, a pregnancy test can give a false negative but rarely gives a false positive.
Signs of pregnancy after tubal ligation are a positive pregnancy test. If your test is negative, you're not pregnant.
Hello - There are two types of blood pregnancy test. * Qualiative Beta Hcg. * Quantitative Beta Hcg. The Quantitative Beta Hcg pregnancy blood test is the most accurate blood test availble for determining and confirming pregnancy. It works by measuring the exact amount of Hcg present in the Womans blood. If your Hcg level is 5 and over then this is deemed a positive result. The Qualiative Beta Hcg pregnancy blood test is very similar to the Quantitative blood test but not as accurate during early pregnancy. The Qualiative is very similar to a urine pregnancy test and it only looks for a certain level or amount of Hcg in your blood and because of this, it is possible to mis-diagnose early pregnancy. For example the Qualiative will deem a Woman pregnant is she has 50mml of Hcg in her blood but if the Woman only had 48mml of Hcg in her blood then this test would declare a negative result when in fact she would be pregnant. Any Hcg result over 5 is a positive. Always go for the Quantitative. If you did have the Quantitative then unfortunately you are not pregnant hun. Otherwise see your doctor for a repeat test with the Quantitative. ~ T
Get a blood test. My mom was 3 months pregnant and home test was negative..Blood test are 100% positive
If you had a beta hcg and it is negative then you are not pregnant.
Even if you didn't know you were pregnant but you were at least two weeks along, your pregnancy test will show up positive. But if you were less than two weeks along it will come out negative even if you do end up pregnant.
pregnancy tests can read a false negative but not a false positive
Hello! If you had a normal period and a negative pregnancy test, you wont be pregnant. Yes you can have a negative pregnancy test. A Clinic can do a simple blood test to be a 100 percent positive. Also, some women have had period symptoms and pregnancy at the same time.If you get your period and negative test it is 99% that you are not pregnant all the best!
It is more likely for you ro get a false negative than a false positive. In other words, if you get a negative on a test, you could still be pregnant, if you get a positive test, you are almost 100% pregnant. Positive pregnancies are rarely wrong.
A home pregnancy test will show up most probably negative in this case.
It could have been a chemical pregnancy, when your body thinks it is pregnant but the embryo did not fully implant.
Miscarriages in early pregnancy are not at all uncommon and chances are that is what happened. After having a period, you are no longer pregnant.
You may of had a miscarriage hun. See your doctor for a Quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test. This test will measure the amount of HCG in your blood and determine if you're pregnant.
Yes - you're pregnant
the blood test is more accurate
you would know by looking in the bubble on the stick and there is a - and a + if you get the + you are pregnant if you get the - you are not
Usually a false pregnancy means that you have taken a pregnancy test and it gives you a positive reading when you are not pregnancy (which is very rare) or a negative reading when you really are pregnant.
Yes, it is possible. There may not be enough HCG (pregnancy hormone) in your urine to trigger a positive result. To see if you really are pregnant, take another test :)