as long as the test has been left in the package it shold be ok but i would get a new one As the above poster said as long as the package you are going to use is not open. On the side of the box and package there is a expiration date. Example: Best before January 15, 2007.
In most cases, a positive pregnancy test 5 months after a birth represents a new pregnancy. There is a rare condition called gestational trophoblastic disease that rarely occurs after a normal pregnancy that can cause a persistent positive test. This condition is very rare. If you have a positive pregnancy test, you should go see your doctor to confirm the status of pregnancy. A positive pregnancy test 5 months after birth is not normal and represents a new pregnancy or a problem of some kind.
My positive line on my test was very faint.....my daughter is now 15 months old!!!!!!!!!!
no, producing breastmilk, or breastfeeding will not alter the outcome of a home pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty
If you have an old pregnancy test over time it may change that's all. It doesnt mean that you are pregnant.
Well from experience, ANY old pregnancy test can give you a false result. My best friend thought she was pregnant and she owned a box of old pregnancy tests, well she used 3 and they all said that she was pregnant, so she went to the doctor and she wasnt pregnant. Well about 3 months ago, she had the same problem and I had an old one laying around my house so I gave it to her and it said that she wasnt pregnant. Now she is 3 months pregnant. ALWAYS ALWAYS use an up to date pregnancy test.
YES ANY AGE CAN BUY A PREGNANCY TEST
Yes they can be wrong. I had 3 positive home tests and my doctors were negative but now i have a 9 week old baby! my GP admitted that some hpts can be better than the ones at the doctors! Many of my friends have used both home pregnancy tests and doctor tests, and the doctors HAVE been wrong. Although, the home-pregnancy tests can, too, be incorrect. One of my friends, home-pregnancy test was negative, and 1 1/2 months later, she was throwing-up and gaining weight, in both her body and breast area. She went to the hospital and sure enough, she was having twins!
You can be any age. And usually the people don't ask your age, so it doesn't matter how old you are.
she/he has to give the girl a pregnancy test if she asks for it
It depends on how old your are. I went through this several times, it could bve a false preganacy or you may be ging through post menapause. It could also be that your cycle is changing. Good luck and hope everything goes well for you. If you are two months late, it is doubtful the home pregnancy test would give you a false positive. See your doctor.
There is no age limit.
There is no age limit.
No the doctor just can not do it he has to tell her thjat she is doing a pregnancy test.
I don't believe that there is an age limitation on buying pregnancy tests.
There is not an age requirement to purchase pregnancy tests in the united states.
Buy a pregnancy test or go to a Planned Parenthood clinic for a pregnancy test.
Yes you can.
You.. take a pregnancy test.
12 months pregnant
If you have been having unptotected sex there is a possiblility. To make sure take a home pregnancy test. You are of an age when you may start missing periods so it is very difficult to tell. If pregnancy is a real no-no make sure you use proper contraception.
Yes Anyone can buy it
I kept my pregnancy test after i got my pos. with my daughter --I just covered it with laminating tape. It still shows two lines and its almost 2 years old.
This is quite obvious. GO TO YOUR DOCTOR AND GET HIM/HER TO TEST YOU. If you have doubts in your negative at home test, the only logical thing to do is seek a doctor. They can tell you FOR SURE.