Yes most likely you are Congratulations just to be sure make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible they will perform a blood test that is a lot more accurate than the home tests and they will also give you your prenatal vitamins and begin your prenatal care so that you can enjoy your pregnancy and your baby will grow healthy....GOOD LUCK and GOD BLESS!!!!!!!!!!!
No. False positives are extremely rare, it would be incredibly unlikely that you'd have two false positives with two different brands of pregnancy test. Good luck with your pregnancy.
There are instructions on the box but you pee on the stick, wait the time mentioned on the box (it varies between brands) and then you check if you are positive or negative. Positive means pregnant.
It is possible since some pregnant women experience spotting. To be sure, it is advised to at least use 2 different brands of pregnancy tests and try to test in the morning so that you can get more accurate results.
Instructions and everything is explained on the box. It can vary between different brands.
There are many many different brands so all you have to do is to read on the box. It can be a sign or a color that tells you positive or negative. It all depends on what test you have.
Pregnancy tests aren't 100% accurate. Some brands will show a positive reading after 10 mins even if you aren't, so it is important to always read the test when the instructions for the test say to. I don't trust pregnancy tests now as I did 6 pregnancy test and only one showed a positive result, even the test at the dr showed negative and after doing 2 bloodtests over 2 days did i know that i was in fact pregnant and yet i was 6 wks.Pregnancy tests test the pregnancy hormone level in your urine. It is very important to look at the instructions on the box, and read the test when it says to read it.For some women, they don't produce enough hormone for the test to register that they are in fact pregnant. A false positive is a very rare occurrence, however.Chances are, if you got a positive, then yes, you're probably pregnant.
This could mean that you are pregnant. Or not. Try different pregnancy test brands and see what the results are. A pregnancy test isn't always 100% accurate.
You read the instructions on the box. It says right there what the test will look like of it's positive. It differs between brands.
So is it different brands or not? If its a different brand then there is still a possibility you are. Tests have different sensitivity so one may not while the other will. If its the same brand, then I don't know since its what I'm trying to figure out. Good luck! Oh and you can go to www.peeonastick.com to find out more about the test your taking.
According to the instruction sheets included with all brands of pregnancy tests that I myself am familiar with, any color change, no matter how faint, indicates a positive result.
They sometimes can, and that's why it's a good idea to use a few different ones (different brands) if you want to be really sure. They can especially give a false positive if they're past the expiration date, or also for other reasons like hGC injections and some illnesses. The most common reason to get a false positive is making a mistake in doing the test.
You can't get pregnant from switching brands of birth control patch as long as you have a patch on during the appropriate days, and aren't late in putting on the new patch. If you go more than seven days without a patch, you may be at risk for pregnancy.
I just went to a free clinic this week, after getting a positive pregnancy test on a Walgreens' digital home test, and five faint positive on different brands of +/- tests, all unfortunately in blue dye. (Recently discovered the blue dye has a bad rep for falsies) My two pee tests a the clinic were negative, so I payed twenty dollars for blood work. I am having symptoms up the you -know of pregnancy, and think I am sure of my conception date, which was a little less than fourteen days ago. I have been pregnant before, so I think that I am pregnant, and that the clinic ones are not sensitive enough to the HCG, and I don't care if they said it was below 5. I had so many psuedo positives and a "pregnant" digital, I got excited, and am waiting it out to feel heartbroken- at least until my symptoms go away. -Liz D
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 symptoms== It can be, but if it's your only symptom, you're probably not pregnant. If you aren't sure, take a home pregnancy test (HPT) or go see a doctor for a blood test. Inexpensive store brands of HPTs work just as well as the expensive ones.
I just went to the allergist to determine what meds were safe for pregnancy. She took me off the Allegra and recommended Claritin in the morning and Zyrtec at night. Generic brands are fine. She said to NOT get Claritin-D or anything with the D since that hasn't been approved for women who are pregnant or wanting to get pregnant.
there are roughly 1400 different brands of bananas, including the small brands :)
Um, the presence or absence of veins on your breast is not a good indicator of pregnancy. If you have had sex in the past 9 months, I'd suggest waiting 2 weeks from the date you had sex and taking two different brands of pregnancy test. Also, invest in more birth control (talk to your doctor).
There are many causes for a late period and pregnancy is one of them. However, some young women will miss a period or two for no apparent reason. If you don't have a good diet or are under stress this can cause you to miss a period. If you have the flu or some other illness this too can put your body off and you can miss a period. If you are worried about being pregnant then buy a pregnancy test from your drug store (try two different brands.) If you are not pregnant then please see your doctor for a proper diagnosis.
Yes and no. All home pregnancy tests are decting the same hormone, HCG, a hormone that is produced by the developing placenta. However, all home pregnancy tests do not detect HCG at the same levels. So some brands may show positive results sooner than others.
You're pregnant most likely. False positives are very rare since the HCG must be present. However, if you are barely pregnant, then many brands may not pick up on the HCG showing false positives. It's time to make an appointment!
Hmm, maybe, but not necessarily. Try a pregnancy test, the best brands can tell you already.
You an test anywhere from 1 week before your missed period with certain brands of tests with questionable negative results or most anytime after your missed period. Most women get positive results around the 5 to 7 week mark in pregnancy. Read up on the brands and I always advise to get one of the brands that give you more than one test.Test when you first wake up as that urine contains the most hormones.
Yes. Many brands of pregnancy tests only measure hCG (the human pregnancy hormone) up to a certain amount. If your hCG levels are higher than that amount then the test will show negative or inconclusive.
There are several reason that a woman will show a false negative on a pregnancy test. The most common are trying to test too early and using diluted urine. It is important to follow all directions on the package, wait 14 to 16 days before testing, and to use the first urine of the day. Different brands and styles of home pregnancy tests also register different amounts of hormones so be aware of what type you are buying.