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Answered 2005-05-19 07:12:42

you can take a home pregnancy test as soon as you think you are late from your period. if you think that you are pregnant but the test proved not and you still have the symptoms then you should maybe take another test as there is no harm in this. if still this proves negative and symptoms still persist then you should contact your doctor.


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Although the chances are slim with a urine test performed at a doctor's office, it still can be possible to receive a negative result early in an ectopic pregnancy. If you used a home test the chances are slightly higher. If you think it is possible that you are experiencing an ectopic pregnancy, you need to go to the doctor or health department. An ectopic pregnancy can be very dangerous.

it's possible to be pregnant with a negative pregnancy test. it can be a fault negative.

No, a period and a negative HPT (used at the appropriate time) indicates no pregnancy.

Although rare both of these things are possible and seeing a doctor is prbably the best way to tell.

It is possible to get a false negative on a at home pregnancy test but it is not common. Go to your doctor and have a blood test done.

Yes. Although negative home tests due decrease the possibility, you can still certainly get pregnant. You should make a doctor's appointment for a pregnancy test. That will give you the most definitive answer possible.

Endometriosis, possible pelvic inflamatory disease, or a false negative on a pregnancy test. Consult your physician.

Yes, pregnancy is still possible. The test might be out of date (ineffective) or it could be too early to test with the kit used. It is also possible that she is not pregnant.

Although most pregnancy tests are quite reliable nowadays, it's always possible that the result is incorrect. To have more certainty, repeat the test a couple of times and if possible, with another brand of pregnancy test, if all these tests give a negative result, it's very probable (I would say 99%) that the person is not pregnant, but to be 100% sure, you can always pay a visit to a doctor or so.

Your symptoms sound very possible, and yes you can test negative using a home pregnancy test yet still be pregnant. If your symptoms persist or your period does not return to normal, you should make an appointment with your doctor, he/she will be able to confirm if you are pregnant or not.

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Due to the possibility of lower levels of hormone with ectopic pregnancy it is possible to have a home test show that you are not pregnant while you have an EP.

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If you have had your periods and a negative result, it is unlikely that you are pregnant

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Its possible, there may be a flaw in the test. It is very unlikely.

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