sure it can. why could it not be. tests are not 100 % correct all the time.
Yes. Sometimes pregnancy tests are not 100% correct. Even if the second test comes out negative I would recommend that you go see your doctor. They can just give you a pregnancy test there and then you will know for sure. :)
I think that you should take a pregnancy test when you think you are pregnant, or when you feel something in your tummy.
There are always pregnancy tests that can show up negative and you can still be pregnant. The best thing to do is check with your doctor and ask for a pregnancy test. Remember though even the doctor's test can even be wrong. There is not one single pregnancy test that is always 100% correct.
Yes it is called a positive negative and the tests are only 99.998 precent correct
No, pregnancy tests are not always correct.
If you are convinced you are pregnant after you have taken a home pregnancy test that came back negative you should go to the doctors and be tested there. Some home pregnancy tests are not always correct so you could switch brands and try again. But my advice is go to your doctors to find out or sure.
Pregnancy is correct.
You should get a pregnancy test at the doctor's office. A positive on those tests you can do at home are always correct, but you can in fact get a false negative. Usually these tests are pretty accurate if you take them correctly. If you really wanna make sure, get a another test done. But maybe you think you're pregnant and your symptomps could be explained by something else. To ease your mind, take another test. good luck!
Yes it is possible. Sometimes it may be too early for the pregnancy test to be correct. So I would either wait a little longer or go to an OB/GYN. Store bought pregnancy tests aren't always correct. So I would go see a doctor if at all possible.
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! pregnancy tests are only 98.99 percent correct. You need to go to the Gynocologist.
A positive result occurring after three minutes should be disregarded.
Pregnancy tests are 99.5% correct. If there is no other reason for you to miss a period you need to see a doctor.
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! Every pregnancy test is different and if the instructions are not followed 100% then there is a chance you could read a false negative. I suggest taking another test and if that dos not give you a conclusive answer or you are still unsure if the test is correct, consult your doctor for a blood test.
If you took it too early yes..If you have regular cycles and your period was very close to being due, or was late, it is probably correct. ~pawsalmighty
That is correct. If you subtract a positive number from a negative number, your result is negative.
Did you not believe the first two tests. A positive test is 99% likely to be correct, a negative test is 50% likely to be correct. You don't say what type of test, or at what time of day it was done. email me for more information.
The chances depend on the last time you had sex. Contact the office you visited to understand when and if you need retesting.
If you have missed one period, and the pregnancy test said negative, the 'symptoms' of pregnancy may be mostly psychological. It is possible to miss a period, or to have a late one. Wait another week, try another pregnancy test, and ensure you understand the directions fully. A missed period does not guarantee a pregnancy, but an over the counter pregnancy test does not guarantee the correct answer. Stay calm, wait, and check again. You have lots of time and you have options regardless of whether you're pregnant or not.
If you are taking a home test, you will need to wait until the hormone known as hCG has had a chance to accumulate in your body. This will then be picked up by the test that you are taking and give you a positive or negative result. Usually, it takes about two weeks for the hormone to be present in your body. After this point, you should be able to get a 100% correct result from a pregnancy test.
Oh yes! You can have them as soon as you conceived. You can also feel nauseated right away, bloating, soar breast, and so on. To test correct I would take a home pregnancy test the day of your expected period. You can also test 4 days before your missed period but it could still show negative if the HGC isn't at its strongest. Good luck!
negative results can be incorrect, due to insufficient levels of the hcg they require to work, but a positive result is more than likely to be correct. it can however be affected if you are on certain fertility medication.