Yes - but it would be usual. Pregnancy tests measure the levels of HCG in your urine. At about the time your period falls due, the test will only JUST pick up levels of HCG in your urine. By the time you are a week late, there should be enough to give a definite yes or no on the test. There is a possibility the test is out of date or a bad batch. Take a second test - buy it from a different pharmacist to make sure it is from a different batch. Good luck!
A pregnancy test can give u a false negative but not a false positive.
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.
most likely you are pregnate
You can get a false negative. There are very very few false positives.
No you can't be pregnant and still have your period. You can have a light bleed but not a period. As for the whole negative test thing, it could be a false negative.
No. Benadryl does not cause false negative pregnancy test.
It is likely that you are pregnant. It is possible to have false negative results, but unlikely to have a false positive.
It is possible to get a false negative on a at home pregnancy test but it is not common. Go to your doctor and have a blood test done.
yes it is possible to be having a miscarriage,some people test with a false negative. It also depends on how late you are.
BV won't cause a false negative on a pregnancy test.
Endometriosis, possible pelvic inflamatory disease, or a false negative on a pregnancy test. Consult your physician.
It is not common to get a false negative on a pregnancy test but is possible. It is best to go to your doctor in these instances.
no because if you are pregnant even at an early stage in your pregnancy the hcg hormone shows up
Can atenolol cause a false negative
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I would def take more tests if I were you and do it at a clinic. The home pregnancy tests can give a false negative but not a false positive.
It is possible but unlikely. 16 days after ovulation/fertilisation when a home pregnancy test is negative it is pretty much accurate (not false negative) . You should ask for a blood test if you are still concerned! All the best!
Yes. Home administered pregnancy tests can be administered wrong and lead to a false negative result.
Promethazine (Phenagren) can cause a false negative.
take another one. false positives are common but odds are better if you think you are to take multiple tests in one day. if all are negative you're not. if you have any positive, go see a doctor as false positives are not common
yes, you can get a false negative. It is best to wait until you actually miss your period, and make sure you follow the directions carefully.
I am currently researching on this too. I am also taking Cymbalta and am at least a week late for my period - the pregnancy test were all negative. I am usually always on time.
This is difficult to answer. It depends on whether you performed one or more pregnancy tests. If you only took one test then its very possible this test was faulty but false positives are not as common as false negatives. If the bleeding arrived when your period was due and was exactly like a period then I would personally believe this was your period and is not caused by a miscarriage.
Medical tests are never 100% certain. They can give a false positive, and a false negative result. You are asking about the possibility of a falsely negative result from a pregnancy test. These tests provide less certain results, the earlier in a pregnancy that they are taken. A sensible insurance is a retest. Yes. Usually you are suppose to take a pregnancy tests as soon as you miss your period.