My understanding is that the tests do not always show positive when you are pregnant, but that they never show positive if you are not pregnant. In other words, if you have a positive test, you are almost certainly pregnant.
positive 49 Because a negative times a negative is a positive. -7*-7=49. positive * positive = positive negative * negative= positive positive * negative = Negative
This happened to me when I got pregnant with my third child. The first test was negative and the second positive. From what I understand, a pregnancy test can give a false negative but rarely gives a false positive.
No pregnancy test is 100% accurate. Sometimes the result is wrong, and that is shown by a subsequent test, or by later events. Depending on how much time elapses, it is also possible for a woman to become pregnant between taking the first (negative) test and the second (positive) test.
Your test results are saying that you are both pregnant and not pregnant at the same time. There is either a false positive or false negative result . To be sure do your test at a lab.
It is extremely unlikely that you are pregnant.
Try one more time. If it is again positive, then you probably are pregnant.
that is not possible, unless first test negative then second positive. The reason being: if one contracts HIV it takes a certain period of time (window period) for its presence to be detected. So, when one has tested positive to HIV, it remains that way as there is no cure.
The coordinates must be as follows: First quadrant: positive, positive Second quadrant: negative, positive Third quadrant: negative, negative Fourth quadrant: positive, negative
No a negative plus a negative is not a positive answer. example. -5+-2=-7 but if you are subtracting a negative number from a negative, then the second negative number would become a positive. example. -5 - -2= -5+2= =-3
It is positive. In relation to oxygen at least.
yes it is possible
yes it is possible
36 A negative times a negative equals a positive.
One positive one negative (apex)
the answer is negative number It depends on the second number because in 6minus-7. the seven would turn positive and therefore the answer is positive. Because you would add the opposite.
All tests can have a "false positive" and a "false negative", so If I were you I would take ANOTHER test; follow directions carefully, and you should have your answer. GOOD LUCK
I would go to the doctor for a blood test to be sure, but I don't see why it couldn't be possible. Sometimes there are errors with home pregnancy tests, and sometimes they are incorrect. There is also the possibility that you have started to loose the baby and that is why it came back as negative in the second test, although I would hope that is not the case. Good luck!
It is positive 1/144.
Hook the negative on one battery to the positive of the second battery. Connect to the positive on the first battery and the negative of the second battery. This gives 24 volts.
Reduced can be positive or negative. For example, "His allowance was reduced because he did not do his chores. As positive, The tension was reduced when they talked about their problems. Though both mean "lessened," in the first example, it has a negative effect, but in the second example, the effect is positive.
If you took one test and it came out positive, but your levels are dropping and a second test came back negative, then I would say no. But if you really want to know I would go to the doctors office and have them do a blood test to see if you are pregnant.
Their children have a 50/50 chance of being Rh Positive. If they have an Rh negative first child, there will be no problems with the second child (with Rh groups).There might be a problem if the first child was Rh positive. It is quite likely that during the delivery the child's blood mixed with the mothers. The mother would then have began producing Rh positive antibodies. This means that if the second child is also Rh positive - the antibodies will 'attack' the fetus.
YES! It is very possible unless you are more than a few months along i suppose... I was about 3 months pregnant with my first before i got a positive...and about 2 months with my second.