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.
yes you can have a false negative, but not a false positive. if you think that the test is wrong and you do not have a normal period go to your doctors
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.
Pregnancy tests are almost always accurate with home tests it is more common to get a false negative then a positive if it says you are pregnant then you are.... With a blood test you will most likely always get the correct reading because your blood changes it increases and it develops a hormone that is only there when pregnant.
Yes, it's called a false negative.
You're pregnant. False positives are extremely rare
The most effective way is to take a pregnancy test. The store bought urine tests are very effective by the day of your missed period. It can be a false negative but not a false positive. If you still think you are pregnant, a blood test would be in order.
If you missed your period it can mean your pregnant but if you took a test and it came out negative there is a chance it can be a false negative meaning you can still be pregnant and not know it. im going through the same thing ask your doctor for an ultrasound and see whats in your tummy good luck
Well it is possible for you to be pregnant and have PCOS, and there is also a posiblity of a false negative. If you think that you are pregnant, you should get a blood test to be absolutely certain.
false negatives are definitely possible. call your doctor to schedule a blood test.
You may be pregnant but took the test too early or its a false negative. A blood type is most accurate.
No, you can suffer the affects of a false pregnancy.
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!
A false negative indicates that a person may not have a disease that is being checked for or that the person may not be pregnant. Having a false positive would be the opposite showing that the person does have a disease or could be pregnant.
You can get a negative test if you test too early. I'd wait until after you miss your period to test. You can also get a false negative if the test was done incorrectly.
Yes. Home administered pregnancy tests can be administered wrong and lead to a false negative result.
no because if you are pregnant even at an early stage in your pregnancy the hcg hormone shows up
If you tested positive for pregnancy, you are pregnant. Those test MIGHT have a false negative, but they CAN"T have a false positive.
If you took a pregnancy test too early, you could have a false negative. There are seldom false positive's though.
False negatives are common, however, there is no false positive. It is best to get a blood test to be absolutely sure.
The answer is maybe. Sometimes the concentration of hormone is too low in the urine and a false negative is given. You canspot and make you think you still have/had your period. Sometimes the test may give a false neg. or positive. If youthink you are pregnant, your mind may play tricks and make you experience all the symptoms. See a doctor if you are unsure. Consider all the alternatives if you are pregnant.
Yes, you can get a false negative with a hpt. On the other hand you can not get a false positive with a hpt.
VERY VERY VERY rare. If you have a period on top of a negative test I would almost 100% say that you are most certainly not pregnant and just having your natural flow. On the other hand, if you are feeling sick and not right after your period, then get tested by your gyno and see whats up.
If an hCG test comes back positive, it means the person is pregnant. If it comes back negative, the person is probably not pregnant, but it could be a false-negative if testing was done too soon.
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.