Usually having your period is a sign you arent pregnant, but just to be sure wait until a few weeks after your period and take another test.
Most pregnancy tests are accurate day one of your missed period, if your test is negative retake it in 3 to 7 days.
A pregnancy test can give u a false negative but not a false positive.
The at-home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate. Consult your gynecologist.
With two negative pregnancy test and a period that'd be extremely unlikely.
Pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate, but being that it was negative and you got your period, I'd say you are definitely not pregnant.
No test is 100% accurate.
If it's positive, it 's accurate. If it's negative, you can't trust it until your period is a week or so late.
any pregnancy test would be accurate. Your period does not change the results of a pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty
Pregnancy tests are VERY accurate these days. Periods can be late for a variety of reasons, including stressing over whether you are pregnant or not! Trust the test, they are accurate!
You can but they are not as accurate. But if you read in most instructions of pregnancy tests it will tell you that if you are pregnant it will show up sooner than a negative result. According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are: 4 days before expected period= 51% accurate 3 days before expected period= 82% accurate 2 days before expected period= 90% accurate 1 day before expected period =95% accurate the day of expected period =99% accurate
An EPT is very accurate, if the hormones hCG is present it will tell you so, if it is not high enough to show pregnancy it will be negative until the level rises. If it is positive you are pregnant, if it is negative wait until your period is 7 days late then try again.
No. Most pregnancy tests are much more reliable once the period has been missed.
If you had many symptoms of pregnancy including a missed period last month but negative pregnancy test then this month you had cramping and then you started and still have symptoms can you still be pregnant?
Perform a pregnancy test. If negative your period is probably late because you've recently started taking birth control.
No, a period and a negative HPT (used at the appropriate time) indicates no pregnancy.
Yes, you can have a pregnancy test while on your period. Your results will be pretty accurate.
no, your period does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test ~pawsalmighty
First thing in the morning, after you have missed a period. Taken too soon (before your period is late) the test may result in a false negative.
It is not uncommon to have a late period and if you took a home pregnancy test the results are not always accurate. Go see your doctor to be sure.
It depends on what kind of pregnancy test you take. Some tests will label their tests as "Results 5 days before missed period" or somethin similar. This means that they are capable of detecting pregnancy four days before your missed period. But keep in mind that each day further away from your "expected period" the test will be less accurate. False negative pregnancy tests are much more common that false positive pregnancy tests. So if you get a negative result four days before your expected period, that may not always mean you are not pregnant.
First off, you shouldn't take the pregnancy test until at least a week after your missed period. If it is negative, wait a week in between each test thereafter. If your in your 2nd month without a period, you should get a blood test at the doctors office to see for sure, it is the most accurate way to tell.Answeri went six months with a negative pregnancy test
According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are: 4 days before expected period= 51% accurate 3 days before expected period= 82% accurate 2 days before expected period= 90% accurate 1 day before expected period =95% accurate the day of expected period =99% accurate
It should be quite accurate
You could by a small chance, but, you might also imagine the symptoms (phantom pregnancy). Or your pregnancy is too small at the moment. Try testing again in a week or two (when your period hasn't started). If still negative and you got the symptoms and no period then go see a doctor.