About 98% accurate if positive, less accurate if negative as there are more things that can give you a false negative. The test can be taken too soon after conception, wait until a missed period if you can, taken at the wriong time of day, a morning urine is best, or taken after drinking to much so the hormone is too diluted.
At home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate.
Yes. The home tests aren't accurate and only the blood test is the accurate one.
The ClearBlue pregnancy tests are 95% of the time accurate. If it comes back positive, then you are definitely pregnant, however if it comes back negative you may still be pregnant, so you may have to take it again in a few days.
It can be. Pregnancy tests are more accurate in the morning, for the hormones have time to build in the bladder before they are released. If the test is positive it is probably accurate, but if the test is negative it MAY not be. Test again in the morning.
Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate. It is always best to see a doctor for accurate pregnancy results.
Go to the doctor to get a real 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.
Go to the doctor again; the doctor's tests are more accurate.
Absolutely. Most Pregnancy tests tend to 90-96% accurate.
If a pregnancy test comes out positive. Although, pregnancy tests aren't always 100% accurate.
Most home pregnancy tests are around 95% accurate.It's also more likely to have a false negative than a false positive. You should see a Dr for a blood pregnancy test now.
Most pregnancy tests are accurate day one of your missed period, if your test is negative retake it in 3 to 7 days.
yes you can, its called a false positive. However check with your doctor to see if you are pregnant as it could be that the negative tests were wrong.
The at-home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate. Consult your gynecologist.
It means that either the blood tests were wrong or the home pregnancy test was wrong
No. A blood pregnancy test is far more accurate than the over the counter urine tests. The OTC tests measure the amout of a specific hormone in your urine. This level can be sporatic and sometimes give a false positive or a false negative.
You are most likely pregnant. Chances are the tests taken the first day were used just before you had enough hCG to confirm pregnancy, one day later the hCG had increased enough to give you your positive pregnancy tests. This is why false negative pregnancy tests are very common if used too soon. False positive tests are very rare.
pregnancy tests can read a false negative but not a false positive
go to a doctor, they can take blood tests, they are 100% accurate!
i had this with my first baby its because some tests arnt as accurate as they make out my mate did 10 home tests all negative went to the doctors and it was positive
Yes as most urine pregnancy tests are now accurate these days, so it is very possible. If you want to be 100% positive go and have a hcg level drawn, this will be most accurate.
Two positive pregnancy tests usually don't lie. Sounds like a possible miscarriage.
Pregnancy tests are almost always accurate with home tests it is more common to get a false negative then a positive if it says you are pregnant then you are.... With a blood test you will most likely always get the correct reading because your blood changes it increases and it develops a hormone that is only there when pregnant.
Yes, you could. Pregnancy tests are never 100 % accurate
There is a high probability that you are. I have never had a wrong one even after 4 now