Birth Control pills do not have an effect on pregnancy tests.
A urine test can give a negative result and the individual is pregnant. For complete accuracy you will have to take a blood test (pregnancy).
well depends if your period was normal if it was and a test was negative is most likely you are not pregnant maybe sick but if your period was less then 3 days or lighter then there might still be a possibility you are pregnant wait a week and test that will give you a more accurate result
It is likely that you are pregnant. It is possible to have false negative results, but unlikely to have a false positive.
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.
Multiplying a positive and negative number will give a negative result. The result is a negative number.
Ovarian cysts can cause a false negative result. In the case a woman knows she has cysts or PCOS, and believes herself to be pregnant despite a negative result on a home pregnancy test, scheduling a blood test with her practitioner would be advised.
Positive controls : an experimental treatment that will give the desired result Negative controls: An experimental treatment that will NOT give the dersired result.
Yes, this is true and if you keep the test it can go from negative to positive over night. Usually a HPT will only tell you are not pregenant when you are but it will not tell you that you are pregnant when you are not. Hope this helps.
Yes, there is a possibility you could still be pregnant. Some pregnancy tests will not read your hCG levels if they are too low. The best way to find out if you are pregnant after receiving a negative test result is to go to your doctor. Have your doctor perform a blood test to give you a definite answer as to if you are pregnant or not.
A pregnancy test can only give you "a negative result" (probably not pregnant) or "a positive result" which indicates the likelihood of pregnancy. Only a blood test or physical examination can confirm a positive result (definitely pregnant). There are some conditions which have pregnancy symptoms, and very rare conditions under which pregnancy is not immediately detectable after fetal development begins.
If an atom takes one or more electrons as a result negative ion is formed. The reason is that an electron is negatively charged and normally an atom is neutral. if it takes electrons then negative ion is formed which is more likely to give that electron.
No, some pregnancy tests say they can give you an accurate result 5 days before your missed period. If you get a negative result, it is best to test again a couple days following your missed period to ensure you are in fact not pregnant. If you get a positive more than likely you are pregnant as it is more likely to get a false negative than a false positive. If you do get a faint positive and are still unsure, take another test a couple days following your missed period and if that test is positive call your doctors office and make an appointment. Good luck!
yes, E.coli gives a negative result for citrate test-no color change
unlikely. your hcg levels should be high enough to give you a positive on regular pee sticks. visit your doctor for a blood test. maybe you are not taking the home test correctly. maybe you are not pregnant yet.
Yes sometimes home tests can give a false negative result. If you are certain you are late for you period, go to a doctor and have them preform a pregnancy test so that you know for sure whether or not you are pregnant.
No way, your probably pregnant. no
if you are trying to get pregnant. give it a few days sometimes the test give a negative reading due to the fact that The HGC in you urine is not high enough to read as a pregnancy
yes its not uncommon for tests to give a false result. tests can give a false negative but never a false positive.a blood test from your doctor will confirm either way. How do you know it's kicking?
Yes, aqua blue color is the result
Not likely, Very rarely is there a false positive. More likely for a test to give a false negative, ie. testing to early. Pregnancy test only look for the hormone produced when pregnant called Hcg. Each test has it's own level of Hcg that it looks for and anything at or above that level gives a positive result. More info here http://www.babyhopes.com/articles/falsepositive.HTML
A false positive result on a pregnancy test means that while the test may have said that you are pregnant, you really aren't. False positives are usually caused by old/faulty tests, incorrect reading or use of the test, or by an under lying health condition. However, home pregnancy tests are more likely to give you a false negative than a false positive.
All aldehydes give a positive result with Fehling's test. All ketones give negative results.
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.
2 negatives equal a positive or if you multiply a negative by a positive it is larger negative if you multiply a negative and a negative it become positive because doing something negative times is getting bigger