Usually a false pregnancy means that you have taken a pregnancy test and it gives you a positive reading when you are not pregnancy (which is very rare) or a negative reading when you really are pregnant.
You can get a false negative. There are very very few false positives.
Yes, if you take a test too soon then you could get a false reading. You can also get a false reading from an outdated test or just happen to get a false reading from not having enough pregnancy hormone or have a bad test.
Yes, any test can
No. Benadryl does not cause false negative pregnancy test.
If you took a pregnancy test too early, you could have a false negative. There are seldom false positive's though.
No, pregnancy tests are specifically looking for hCG. A false positive is almost unheard of, a false negative usually happens when testing too soon - but neither are caused by levothyroxin.
BV won't cause a false negative on a pregnancy test.
Can atenolol cause a false negative
Promethazine (Phenagren) can cause a false negative.
Yes it can. Any pregnancy test can give a false negative (not picking up on the presence of the hormone hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotropin)) however they will not give a false positive (The hormone will only be there if you are pregnant) An expired pregnancy test will be even less accurate.
No, antidepressants cannot cause a false negative.
Yes. Home administered pregnancy tests can be administered wrong and lead to a false negative result.
It could maybe be a bladder infection
pregnancy tests can read a false negative but not a false positive
Im sure that any drug could affect a pregnancy test.
Take another pregnancy test. I suggest buying one that is easier to read this time (a digital one) that says 'pregnant' or 'not pregnant'
No , but a negative test can be a false positive .
No, low hCG hormone causes a negative pregnancy test.
No. Taking the test too soon causes false negative.
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.
You could have had a false negative pregnancy test or If the egg is not attached to the uterus It could mean the fetus will not survive so that's why it would have came up negative or its a tubal pregnancy which means the fetus is forming in the ovarian tubes which could cause miscarrage or VERY complicated pregnancy
The test could be very cheap or poorly made causing it to mess up your reading.
Your results can be a false-negative or a false-positive.