Home pregnancy tests are quite accurate. If anything, they give false negatives because it might not have picked up enough of the pregnancy hormone but positives are usually accurate. If you want to be absolutely sure, take another test and if that one too says you are pregnant, count on it.
most are 99%
No. They are exactly the same.
While home pregnancy tests are very accurate, they are less accurate than a pregnancy test evaluated by a laboratory.
Home pregnancy tests are not as effective as blood tests. I am on my fifth pregnancy and have had many occasions where a home test has simply not shown up. Although I have been told this is rare, a blood test is the only way to be certain.
At home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate.
Home pregnancy tests claim to be 99% accurate but early tests are only 40-50 % accurate so wait at least a week before taking the pregnancy test.
Yes. The home tests aren't accurate and only the blood test is the accurate one.
The at-home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate. Consult your gynecologist.
No. Blood tests can be considered accurate around 10 days after ovulation and home pregnancy tests can be considered accurate around 14 days after ovulation.
There is a slim chance that you could be, however, you should see your gynecologist if you are uncertain. Home pregnancy tests are sometimes not accurate.
Yes. Home pregnancy tests actually give accurate results in the first trimester, some as early as the first few weeks of pregnancy.
Yes; a home pregnancy test should be accurate 14 days after conception. This would include the second trimester.
Yes a home pregnancy test will be accurate usually. But a blood test is the most accurate way of determing pregnancy.
There is no real way to know until you get a positive pregnancy test. Blood tests given by dr's are usually accurate 10 to 14 after ovulation and home pregnancy tests and urine tests are usually accurate around 14 to 16 days after ovulation.
Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate. It is always best to see a doctor for accurate pregnancy results.
Pregnancy tests are reliable but sometimes are mixed up so people have to use it many times for a accurate test!<3
It should be quite accurate
100% when done correctly.
Go see your dr. They can run more accurate tests than a home pregnancy test.
It is possible to be pregnant. Home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate. The best way to find out would be to go to the doctor and get a pregnancy test.
It is more common for home pregnancy tests to give a false negative than a false positive. You could be testing too soon. Home pregnancy tests are considered accurate 14-16 days after ovulation.
Yes, pregnancy tests are not always 100% accurate and a doctor should be able to confirm or deny if you are, in fact, pregnant.
Yes. Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate. Take multiple tests, or see a doctor. If you are far enough along in the pregnancy to be feeling movement from the fetus, then your belly should have started protruding.
Most home pregnancy tests recommend waiting until you're a week (7 days) late to get the most accurate results.
Hello, If you have 0 HCG in your blood, and if you conceived after this then a pregnancy test would be accurate. A pregnancy test will not be accurate if you have any HCG in your blood.
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