No, it is positive.
No, it says positive.
A positive statement is followed by a negative tagA negative statement is followed by a negative tag
On a pregnancy test where you get a positive or a negative sign, the positive (plus sign) indicates pregnancy, while the negative indicates non-pregnant.
VDRL-positive,TPHA-negative, needs treatment
statistically, the positive ones.
well positive means yes and negative means no.... you cant have both.....
Some women who have an ectopic pregnancy have a negative pregnancy test. The hCG which gives a positive test result, is released from the embryo implanting in the uterus.
Hello - There are two types of blood pregnancy test. * Qualiative Beta Hcg. * Quantitative Beta Hcg. The Quantitative Beta Hcg pregnancy blood test is the most accurate blood test availble for determining and confirming pregnancy. It works by measuring the exact amount of Hcg present in the Womans blood. If your Hcg level is 5 and over then this is deemed a positive result. The Qualiative Beta Hcg pregnancy blood test is very similar to the Quantitative blood test but not as accurate during early pregnancy. The Qualiative is very similar to a urine pregnancy test and it only looks for a certain level or amount of Hcg in your blood and because of this, it is possible to mis-diagnose early pregnancy. For example the Qualiative will deem a Woman pregnant is she has 50mml of Hcg in her blood but if the Woman only had 48mml of Hcg in her blood then this test would declare a negative result when in fact she would be pregnant. Any Hcg result over 5 is a positive. Always go for the Quantitative. If you did have the Quantitative then unfortunately you are not pregnant hun. Otherwise see your doctor for a repeat test with the Quantitative. ~ T