If you take a pregnancy test and it came out negative and then hours later you look at the test and it is positive are you pregnant?
Yes, it all depends on the HcG levels.
You need to have a Beta HCQ Qualitative test done to be 100 percent certain wether or not you are pregnant. This is the 'real' pregnancy test that your doctor can order. It is offered as either as a urine sample or a blood sample
yes you can, its called a false positive. However check with your doctor to see if you are pregnant as it could be that the negative tests were wrong.
it does not sound right my advice to you is to go to the clinic and get a test
A faint second line usually means you are pregnant - but probably have very low HCG levels because you are not very far along. Remember only to read the test within the specified time limit. Usually it is around 8-10 minutes later. Any result read after this time should be ignored. If you tested and showed a faint positive 10 minutes later, and then it disappeared I would take the faint positive as your result and disregard the rest.
You need to confirm the positive pregnancy test result with your Doctor. See your Doctor for a pregnancy blood test. Pregnancy does cause a increase in vaginal discharge.
Usually, a test has a window of time in which it should be read. Results after this time are unreliable. In general, a line, no matter how faint, usually indicates pregnancy unless there are one of the conditions that cause a false positive present. These are usually listed on the instruction sheet. It would be a good idea to retest, and note how long the results for that particular test are reliable.
Conventional current flow was from positive to negative but was later proved false. Electron flow is from negative to positive.
Two positive pregnancy tests usually don't lie. Sounds like a possible miscarriage.
At two weeks pregnant when my hcg was 30 all of the home pregnancy tests came up negative, a week later when my hcg was 1598 there appeared a very faint line.