Yes. It is the most commonly used test for pregnancy.
you should wait 2 weeks most times, it depends on what brand of pregnancy test you buy
Your test kit should tell you when it should be used to give the most reliable result.
Pregnancy tests are reliable but sometimes are mixed up so people have to use it many times for a accurate test!<3
No. Most pregnancy tests are much more reliable once the period has been missed.
Instructions to the winndixie brand pregnancy test
The First Response pregnancy test claims to be extremely reliable. They claim pregnancy can be detected up to three days before a missed period. Check out reviews written by users on Amazon.
First Response is a good test, but you can buy any off brand they work pretty well.
I got that too. It seems that accu-clear has a rep for not being very reliable. I'd try another brand of test if I was you.
A pregnancy test wont be reliable until after 2 weeks.
A doctor's pregnancy test would be the most reliable evidence of pregnancy. Home pregnancy tests are helpful, but not always reliable. Even on their packaging they claim 99 or 99.9% accuracy. If you display signs of pregnancy, go see your doctor and see what your immediate future holds.
This varies on the brand, but for the most part home drug tests are quite reliable.
If you have missed your period and took the test I would say that the result are pretty reliable.
Although most pregnancy tests are quite reliable nowadays, it's always possible that the result is incorrect. To have more certainty, repeat the test a couple of times and if possible, with another brand of pregnancy test, if all these tests give a negative result, it's very probable (I would say 99%) that the person is not pregnant, but to be 100% sure, you can always pay a visit to a doctor or so.
Yes. You need to wait 14 to 16 days after sex to get a reliable answer on a home pregnancy test.
when you are early it is hard to tell if you are pregnant or not
Yes, it is possible if you use 2 different types of test. One test may not be as strong in detecting the pregnancy hormone as the other. I suggest if you did get a positive result go see your doctor.
Hi there. Yes it does indeed sound like you are pregnant. You most likely got the negative pregnancy test because you did the test when there wasn't a sufficent amount of HCG in your urine or because you used a different brand of test which isn't very reliable. You need to see your doctor sweetheart for a blood test to confirm the pregnancy. You will ONLY get a positive test when HCG has been detected in your urine and HCG is only produced during pregnancy. See your doctor for a QUANTITATIVE BETA HCG blood test. This will confirm the pregnancy. Best Wishes.
The price of pregnancy tests depend on the brand. Most run around $10 but they can be picked up for as little as $1 in some stores.
A pregnancy test would be most reliable four to seven days after a missed period.
When used as directed, after your period is late - the test is very reliable. It is looking for hCG - found only in pregnancy. A positive test is 100%.
for a most accurate result try a test on the day or after your period is missed
It is better to wait about a week, the test is more reliable then. Most act through the agencies of monoclonal antibodies.
If the package is properly stored and has not reached its expiration date (found on box) the strip is a very reliable pregnancy test. Follow all directions precisely.
Not all pregnancy tests are 100% reliable but most of them are in the range of 87%-98% reliability. So it might be a good idea to take the test again. Make sure you test the first urine of the morning because it will have the most hormones.