Hello, If you have 0 HCG in your blood, and if you conceived after this then a pregnancy test would be accurate. A pregnancy test will not be accurate if you have any HCG in your blood.
Well of course you could do one, but it will not give you accurate results. Conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse. It is best to take the pregnancy test 14 days after sex, or the day of your expected period. If you test sooner than this, it can give you a false negative.
any pregnancy test would be accurate. Your period does not change the results of a pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty
It is possible to be pregnant. Home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate. The best way to find out would be to go to the doctor and get a pregnancy test.
I'm 14 weeks pregnant and my home pregnancy test still come out negative. Due to some woman just are not able to get an accurate result. You're doctor may recommend getting a blood test. Those are usually 100% accurate .
If you conceived on birth control you would not get your period or would receive a very unusual period for you. If you suspect pregnancy, perform a pregnancy test.
Hello there. Providing you conceived about two weeks ago you can do a pregnancy test now. But I would advise you to keep testing for the next two weeks if the test is negative and you dont get a period.
Although pregnancy test are usually pretty accurate they are not 100% guaranteed, so yes you could be pregnant. I would suggest that you see a doctor.
Yes, a test would be accurate
No it would not be accurate at all.
no you can't it would not be truthful
If you take a urine pregnancy test the very next day you and your partner had unprotected sex, the reading will not at all be accurate, as it would have been better to wait for 14 days to take a urine pregnancy test to get a accurate reading.
Because they are not 100% accurate
Yes. If you conceived then you are pregnant. Unless you had a miscarriage but you would probably have noticed this. Get a pregnancy test from a shop and see. Once you have done that, if it turns out you are pregnant, go and see a doctor.
You should wait about a week after you would have had your period. You can take a home pregnancy test if you wish. They are pretty reliable.
Being anemic would make no difference to either pregnancy tests or pregnancy symptoms.
Endometriosis, possible pelvic inflamatory disease, or a false negative on a pregnancy test. Consult your physician.
Definitely! If it is too soon you will get a false negative even if you really are pregnant. I would wait about a week and then take another one, it is going to be more accurate the longer you can wait!
It says that is is accurate 5 days before a missed period. If you take it that early and get a negative, I would retest 5 days later. Sometimes women do not have enough hormone in their urine to trigger a positive 5 days before their period.
It does not matter what type of pregnancy test you take. They are all the same. But if you think that you are pregnant and your test turns out to be negative, i would go and see your doctor as soon as possible. Walmart has pregacy test that are $5.00 ad work really well.
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!
Although I do not have a uterius, flopian tubes, or a vagina i still know that if a home pregnancy test is negative that the result is not completely accurate. My professional advice would be to take home 5 pregnancy test that you would get in your everyday grocery store and whether it be positive or negative when they're is 5 tests it doubles the accuratacy. If 3 out of the 5 say you are pregnant than most likely you will be expecting. If 3 out of the 5 say you are not pregnant than most likely you are not, but home pregnancy tests are man made and have errors, so i would still see your doctor to confirm the home pregnancy test.
did you try different pregnancy tests? I would. If they all say negative...go to a doctor.
there's a chance that it might not be . But if you are having signs of pregnancy go check with the doctore but an accurate test should be after 4 weeks there's a chance that it might not be . But if you are having signs of pregnancy go check with the doctore but an accurate test should be after 4 weeks
It would seem so. Home pregnancy tests aren't 100% accurate, though, so I would go to the doctor's.