yes you are more than likely pregnant, go to the doctors and get a blood test done, it is more accurate than home pregnancy tests
Yes you can!!!!!!!!
Go to the doctor again; the doctor's tests are more accurate.
If the two pregnancy tests said positive, your chances are pretty good. See your doctor ASAP for proper diagnosis and care.
Two positive pregnancy tests usually don't lie. Sounds like a possible miscarriage.
Take tests at a doctors and don't trust the home pregnancy ones.
You are most likely pregnant. Chances are the tests taken the first day were used just before you had enough hCG to confirm pregnancy, one day later the hCG had increased enough to give you your positive pregnancy tests. This is why false negative pregnancy tests are very common if used too soon. False positive tests are very rare.
It is possible, though rare.
yes you can, its called a false positive. However check with your doctor to see if you are pregnant as it could be that the negative tests were wrong.
False positive pregnancy tests are extremely rare, the test reacts to hCG which is a hormone found in the blood and urine of a woman who is pregnant or from certain rare medical conditions.
It depends. Very early in a pregnancy they can be extremely inaccurate. When I was trying to find out if I was pregnant I took 6 pregnancy tests. 4 of them read negative and the other two read positive. I WAS pregnant. EPT usually seems to be very accurate. I suppose it depends how far along the woman is and which test they use.
If you followed the directions to the HPT correctly and both tests was positive, you are having a baby, CONGRATULATIONS!
the test is designed to be positive if there is a certain chemical in your urine. you need to be ten days pregnant for the test to be accurate. I have gotten positive tests three days in and then the woman miscarriaged and the test was positive for two weeks after the miscarriage. hope that helps joymaker rn
YES YOU COULD. STORE TESTS CAN GIVE FALSE POSITIVE IF YOUR NOT TWO WEEKS OR MORE. THE DOCTORS PREGNANCY TEST IS MORE ACCURATE AND AS SOON AS 3 DAYS AFTER CONCEPTION.
85% accuracy is common for pregnancy tests, if all steps are followed precisely. Two tests showing the same result should mean about 98% accuracy. But only if the same mistakes were not made during both test procedures.
No. Go to your doctor and find out what you want to do.
Home pregnancy tests rarely give you a false-positive. If two pregnancy tests have shown positive, I would say that you are definitely pregnant. The may've mucked up the blood test. Judge for yourself if you have any other signs of pregnancy. Sore breasts? Nausea? Dizziness and headaches? Bloating?
Yes, but this method is not accurate until at least two weeks after conception. Alternative methods are through blood tests, home pregnancy tests (which also uses your urine stream), and a less accurate way would be through symptoms. If pregnancy is not suspected but a doctor does an ultrasound,X-ray, etc, this can detect pregnancy as well but this won't be done to determine pregnancy alone.
Then it's very probable that you are pregnant. Go see an Ob/gyn doctor to find out for sure.
no probably not. What probably happened was a very early miscarriage. The pregnancy test stays positive for two weeks after a miscarriage. sorry,honey joymaker rn
Positive pregnancy tests are far more likely to be accurate than negative tests. If you had even one positive pregnancy test, you were extremely likely to have been pregnant at the time you did the test. If the bleeding was after the positive tests ran, but before the negative test, then the bleeding was likely symptomatic of a miscarriage. However, if even one positive test was taken AFTER the bleeding, then you are probably still pregnant. Take good care of yourself either way- take a prenatal vitamin, and it's a good idea to see your HCP.
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.
Okay, if you can see there is two lines, but one is very faint, that is a 50% chance that it is. It could also be from sitting too long, as tests can become positive after a while. This is not what I understand. I was told that any line at all = positive, as the HCG that the test measures isn't in your body unless you're pregnant.
Yes, you should go to a health clinic/gynecologist. Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate when showing negative. They are almost always accurate with positive readings. In general, the question, "Should I see a doctor?" should always be answered "yes". This applies in your case.
i think you got a false negative.. and even if you got faint positive lines it's still positive, that's what happened to me so i had to get an abortion