Yes it is called a positive negative and the tests are only 99.998 precent correct
I think you go to the doctor to have a blood test.
It can be two things. 1) Pregnancy or 2) Hormonal problems. Because your having pregnancy symptoms and negative pregnancy tests, you need to see your doctor for a blood test and a gynocologist incase its hormonal related.
if you are feeling no symptoms and your pregnancy tests are turning out negative i would advise you to see your doctor. he/she will then be able to carry out tests to determine whether or not you are pregnant and rule out any problems
your not suppose to get your period when your on that
Most pregnancy tests are 99%
Sudden loss of pregnancy symptoms, abdominal pain, back and/or shoulder pain, cramping, bleeding, pregnancy tests going from positive to negative.
No, UTIs do not affect the accuracy of pregnancy tests.
Yes , take two pregnancy tests to make sure . Or even three.
Being anemic would make no difference to either pregnancy tests or pregnancy symptoms.
Very, very unlikely if you're doing the tests right.
Go to the Doctor. You may have a clot or tumor in your uterus.