How soon is a home pregnancy test accurate?
A pregnancy test can be positive before you even have missed a period. Many tests can provide positive results within 10 days after you become pregnant, however it is usually best to wait until you've missed a period because the HCG hormone (the hormone found in early pregnancy)will be stronger which in that case will give you definite results.
Could you still be pregnant if you took a home pregnancy test 4 days after intercourse and a blood test 5 days after and they both came back negative and did you just take the tests too soon?
If you have taken a pregnancy test that came back positive and took another brand of pregnancy test and that came up negative could you still be pregnant?
If I had 4 positive urine pregnancy tests and I went to the doctor and he couldn't find anything in the sonogram he administered so he had me do a blood test could 4 home pregnancy tests be wrong?
Could you be pregnant if you've missed your period for two months but a home pregnancy test was negative?
It takes about a month. If you read the pregnancy test it says that the month after you think you conceived is when you can test yourself, and the result will probably be more definite. A pregnancy test will give an accurate result 3 weeks after sex. 14 weeks after intercourse is the most accurate date for determining pregnancy with a home pregnancy test.
Could you be pregnant if a home pregnancy test was positive but on a blood test your hcg was 2 and the nurse said you were not pregnant?
Will it be more accuratif you did the pregnancy blood testor you can use the home pregnancy test in your case?
Can you still be pregnant if you are two months late and you took a home test but the result is not pregnant?
A home pregnancy test is most likely to be accurate if it is positive meaning if you had a negative test you should be monitoring if you could be pregnant. You could have taken the home test too early to detect pregnancy. The best thing to do is to go to the doctor and get a test done there to rule out pregnancy.