No it can not.
can atenolol cause a false negative on a pregnancy test
medications w/ certain hormones can cause false positives or negatives. and certain pregnancy tests are better than others. i recommend seeing a dr.
On the show Lost, Jack says that occasionally there are false negatives but never false positives.
No, false positives are very rare and are not caused by or indicative of a STI.
As they are strong drugs it can affect the pregnancy test.
Yup.AnswerIt isn't likely. False negatives are common. False positives are very uncommon. They can. I have had some false positives with Clear Blue (not the digital type). False positives are not likely but they can happen if you have had a chemical pregnancy (early miss carriage) or if you have HCG (the pregnancy hormone) occurring in your body.
No. False positives are extremely rare, it would be incredibly unlikely that you'd have two false positives with two different brands of pregnancy test. Good luck with your pregnancy.
Maybe antibiotics but not advil or motrin or any of these.
You can get a false negative. There are very very few false positives.
Could be one of the medications (like insulin) that they take, or just the disease internally itself. Its possible as kidney disease/infection can cause a false positive for amphetamines.The 1st post under the OP by sublime1-ga has a list of chemicals and things known to give false positives (thc and amphetamines included)
False positives are possible.
No, STDs can't cause a "false pregnancy," and they do not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
Yes, lithium can cause a false pregnancy on a pregnancy test.
Antitussives, to suppress coughs, such as dextromethorphan and perylamine can cause false positives for opiates.Also, Poppy seeds.
Yes, many substances can lead to false positives. I have heard of cases where valerian root will trigger a false positive for benzodiazepines, cold medicine has triggered a false positive for amphetamines or PCP, and poppy seeds are known to cause a false positive for opiates. Many prescription medications can also lead to false positives.
It's highly unlikely. Home pregnancy tests are more prone to false negatives than false positives.
No only the hormone HCG (a hormone produced during pregnancy) in your urine can make a pregnancy test positive. If the line is very faint wait another day and take another test. False positives are very rare.
They are posssible but the rate is quite low.
You are pregnant. False positives are extremely rare, 2 false positives are even more rare
what medications cause a false positive on a drug screen for marijuana?
No. Benadryl does not cause false negative pregnancy test.