Yes, HCG is only in your body if you are pregnant, you could be either very early on, or you could be having a chemical pregnancy.
The chances of that happening are very low as false positive pregnancy tests are very rare
the blood test is more accurate
You are unlikely to be pregnant on the implant. Signs of pregnancy are absent bleeding and positive pregnancy test.
Get a blood test. My mom was 3 months pregnant and home test was negative..Blood test are 100% positive
No, UTI does not cause a false positive pregnancy test. Pregnancy tests are very specific to hCG (the pregnancy hormone), if the test reads positive you are pregnant.
There is a chance they could be, but i doult that four of them all saying you are pregnant would be wrong. If you dont trust the pregnancy tests then go to your doctor and ask for a blood test to confirm if you are pregnant or not. Hope i helped
sometime hpt gives false positive... if you took a doctor's urine pregnancy test and came back negative then ask for a blood test--a blood test will tell you if you are pregnant or not- even if you have low hcg in your urine-and yes you could still pregnant with all the symptoms---best of health
It depends on the blood if it was a heavy long period then you probably arent, but if it was a light brown/pinkish blood then it might be implantation blood meaning you are pregnant
It is possible to experience vaginal bleeding when you are pregnant, but it is unlikely - it is also biologically impossible to menstruate during pregnancy. If you think that you could be pregnant then take a pregnancy test to determine if you are pregnant or not.
yes you could be pregnant,.. use another test after a few days, or seek a blood test from a doctor
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?
You could go to your doctor and they will do a blood test. Or you could take another home pregnancy test. If it is still positive you might be ok. If its negative you are likely losing the baby
Yes. what if its not for pregnancy
yes you are more than likely pregnant, go to the doctors and get a blood test done, it is more accurate than home pregnancy tests
Yes , but you need a positive blood test at 6 wks to be absolutely positive .
I have tested positive with blood that am pregnant but scan says there no pregnancy. i don't know whether it is some kind of sickness.
Yes, you could be pregnant if it's a fiant line positive and disappear because sometimes home pregnancy test can't be accurate. I think it better to get blood work checking your hcg level to find out just to be sure it's better to know early than late in the pregnancy.
If it was a home pregnancy test you have to have it confirmed by a blood test at the doctors and a examination. If you are pregnant you have to make the choice whether you want to keep it or not.
It depends what type of pregnancy test it was - results differ on all tests. If on your test 2 lines means you're pregnant, then you're pregnant - even if a positive line is there it's positive because false positives are rare. If 2 lines mean you're not pregnant, get a blood test done at the doctor's
If you have a test that shows a positive pregnancy result then YES you ARE pregnant. Forget the negatives. A positive is a positive. A ultrasound can not detect a baby till you are 6 plus weeks into your pregnancy. Actually you can see an embryo earlier than 6 weeks. You should go back to the doctor and get another ultrasound. This could be a molar pregnancy. See a doctor, they will be able to give you a blood test and tell for sure.
False positives on home pregnancy tests are very rare. If you get a positive and believe that you are not pregnant, see your doctor and they can draw blood and do a beta hcg. This will show if you are pregnant for sure.
The only way to determine if youare pregnant, and how far along you- are is to have a blood test, or to have an ultrasound to confirm the pregnancy.