A false positive pregnancy test is extremely rare, so I would say no, if the tests read positive you are most likely pregnant.
If your blood test came back positive then it is positive.
False positives are possible.
Some infections in the kidney can cause false positive dipstick test results but not false negative.
It is possible, though rare.
Absolutely. Most Pregnancy tests tend to 90-96% accurate.
It is likely that you are pregnant. It is possible to have false negative results, but unlikely to have a false positive.
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.
See this answer: "No, melatonin would not give a false positive result on a pregnancy test, however melatonin does increase the amount of the hormone which pregnancy testing kits look for if you are pregnant so you may get a true positive earlier than normally possible. Many pregnancies are rejected by the body very early in development. " Source: Can melatonin give you a false positive pregnancy test reading
No, eating asparagus should not affect a pregnancy test. However, if you don't read the test in the correct time frame (ie, you wait too long), you can get a false positive. Also, sometimes a false positive happens for no apparent reason - this is inherent in a home pregnancy test although most manufacturers work to reduce the possibility of this as much as possible.
YES. It is possible. So your Gynecologist will do Ultrasonography to confirm but this is rare.
Yes it can come up positive. Usully, the results of a pregnancy test are false negatives, not positives. As these tests get more and more sensitive, it is definitely possible that it can correctly give you a correct positive reading at three weeks. I'd recommend a visit to the physician as soon as possible for a more accurate determination of your status and taking care of the pregnancy. 19 years ago my pregnancy was detected at three and one half weeks, so I know these tests are able to detect pregnancy very early on in some women.
It's a fact, you can't get a false positive, but it's very likely to get a false negative! The pregnancy hormone detected in pregnancy tests is at it's strongest in the first urination of the morning, so if your negative results were at a different time, it's likely you weren't far enough along to detect it, except for in the morning. GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR!!! =)
False positive pregnancy tests are extremely rare. They are caused by tumors when they occur.
There is no gallbladder disease or problem that would cause a false positive pregnancy test.
Well it is possible for a false positive and it's possible for a false negative, the safest way to be sure is to get a blood test.
Yes it is possible. Above answer is WRONG. Again A cyst DOES NOT PRODUCE HCG which is the ONLY WAY YOU ARE GOING TO GET A POSITIVE PREGNANCY TESTS.
Yes, lithium can cause a false pregnancy on a pregnancy test.
Yes, both false positives and negatives can happen at reliable clinics. Sometimes the reagents used for the test may be old, improperly stored or handled, causing the problem. On the other hand, home pregnancy tests are notoriously inaccurate. Anything is possible; however, they're usually always right. Sometimes home tests may not be able to detect the pregnancy hormone. If you are pregnant, congratulations, and be very happy!
False false negatives is where the system fails to detect something it should.
False; it's a False Negative
No, melatonin would not give a false positive result on a pregnancy test, however melatonin does increase the amount of the hormone which pregnancy testing kits look for if you are pregnant so you may get a true positive earlier than normally possible. Many pregnancies are rejected by the body very early in development.
Yes, home pregnancy tests can produce both false positives and false negatives. If a home pregnancy test is positive, you should see a gynecologist to have the pregnancy confirmed as soon as you can.
.....When i found out i was pregnant with my 3rd child i had a test done at the doctors that showed up negative, i then got transfered to the hospital for an xray on my chest but because i said their was a possibility that i could be pregnant i had to then get a re test, the test came back very faintly positive i asked if you could get a false positive they said no, u can get false negatives tho because when youre in very early stages of pregnancy it is sometimes to early to detect....