Yes a home pregnancy test will be accurate usually. But a blood test is the most accurate way of determing pregnancy.
While home pregnancy tests are very accurate, they are less accurate than a pregnancy test evaluated by a laboratory.
Yes. You may have an ectopic pregnancy. You should visit your doctor as soon as you suspect a possible pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy can provide innaccurate test results at home.
Home is 90%
A doctor's pregnancy test is much more accurate, where as a home pregnancy test can be faulty.
At home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate.
no. you need a doctors appointment
No. They are exactly the same.
No it would not be accurate at all.
Yes. The home tests aren't accurate and only the blood test is the accurate one.
A home pregnancy test ,when taken correctly, is considered accurate 14-16 days after ovulation or unprotected sex.
A home pregnancy test will give you accurate results 14 to 16 days after having sex.
By five weeks after you believe you conceived a home pregnancy test should be accurate and reliable.
Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate. It is always best to see a doctor for accurate pregnancy results.
Take a home pregnancy test.
Yes. Home pregnancy tests actually give accurate results in the first trimester, some as early as the first few weeks of pregnancy.
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A home pregnancy test is very accurate when the test is performed 3-4 weeks after intercourse. A better method of testing would be via the quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test which is 100% accurate and can be performed as early as 5-7 days after intercourse.
The at-home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate. Consult your gynecologist.
Not likely. Sometimes a woman's cycle can get interrupted. If you're really worried, suggest you use a home pregnancy test kit or go to doctor.
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; a home pregnancy test should be accurate 14 days after conception. This would include the second trimester.
Although I do not have a uterius, flopian tubes, or a vagina i still know that if a home pregnancy test is negative that the result is not completely accurate. My professional advice would be to take home 5 pregnancy test that you would get in your everyday grocery store and whether it be positive or negative when they're is 5 tests it doubles the accuratacy. If 3 out of the 5 say you are pregnant than most likely you will be expecting. If 3 out of the 5 say you are not pregnant than most likely you are not, but home pregnancy tests are man made and have errors, so i would still see your doctor to confirm the home pregnancy test.
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%
By doing a home pregnancy test or, more accurate, a blood test.