the pregnancy test tube being dimped in urine
i would try another home test to be sure. the hormones that are used to identify pregnancy can be found sooner in the blood than in the urine.
Q: Will recreational drugs or alcohol interfere with home pregnancy tests? A: Drugs such as cocaine, marijuana, heroine, and alcoholic drinks will not alter the result of a home pregnancy test, but it is better to test when not under the influence.
A blank pregnancy test means only one thing that you have used broken or defective test. For every traditional pregnancy test, there appear two lines. The first one generally appears to show that the test is working appropriately while the second one appears if you are pregnant. In case of digital test, there appears an hourglass that appears on the digital screen once you begin to test if nothing appears (means blank) it means the test is defective.
can fluoxitine affect a pregnancy test result.
A doctor's pregnancy test is much more accurate, where as a home pregnancy test can be faulty.
If you get a positive result from a home pregnancy test, you should then visit your physician's office and have them give you a test ,then you'll know for sure, because sometimes home tests can give incorrect results.
No, the medication Effexor cannot affect a pregnancy test result.. however.. if you get a positive pregnancy test result, you should talk to your doctor about the safety of Effexor during pregnancy ~pawsalmighty
That all depends on how much of the hormone is being produce. I know women that have never had a positive home pregnancy test. It only showed up when they had a blood test.http://en.allexperts.com/q/ObGyn-Pregnancy-issues-1007/negative-pregnancy-test-result-1.htm
A home pregnancy test is most likely to be accurate if it is positive meaning if you had a negative test you should be monitoring if you could be pregnant. You could have taken the home test too early to detect pregnancy. The best thing to do is to go to the doctor and get a test done there to rule out pregnancy.
Ovarian cysts can cause a false negative result. In the case a woman knows she has cysts or PCOS, and believes herself to be pregnant despite a negative result on a home pregnancy test, scheduling a blood test with her practitioner would be advised.
Yes, it is possible to have pregnancy symptoms before a positive HOME test. Even through home pregnancy test are better now than years ago, they are not fool proof. The best way to get a true result is to go to the doctor.
Yes a home pregnancy test will be accurate usually. But a blood test is the most accurate way of determing pregnancy.
Yes, 10 days is a bit too early for an accurate result of a pregnancy test. You should take a pregnancy test anywhere from 2 weeks to a month for an acurate result on a pregnancy test.
The pregnancy tests that can be bought for home use will show a result within five minutes. The test done by medical professionals is more accurate and that will give a result in a day.
Usually your health care professional will want to test you for pregnancy in the first visit, even if you have taken the Home Test and she or he has visually observed the changes of early pregnancy. It really is not necessary to use the test more than once, after seeing a positive result.
for a most accurate result try a test on the day or after your period is missed
It means you are producing pregnancy hormones and should contact your OBGyn immediately for another test and prenatal care.
Although I do not have a uterius, flopian tubes, or a vagina i still know that if a home pregnancy test is negative that the result is not completely accurate. My professional advice would be to take home 5 pregnancy test that you would get in your everyday grocery store and whether it be positive or negative when they're is 5 tests it doubles the accuratacy. If 3 out of the 5 say you are pregnant than most likely you will be expecting. If 3 out of the 5 say you are not pregnant than most likely you are not, but home pregnancy tests are man made and have errors, so i would still see your doctor to confirm the home pregnancy test.
No, it is not. A pregnancy test with a positive result (signs vary on test) is a sign of pregnancy.
19 days after intercourse may result in a accurate pregnancy test.
omfg!!!!! ur pregnant!!!...
Control didn't work, test is not accurate.
Get a home pregnancy test kit. its pretty accurate for a positive result.
I'd guess you aren't pregnant.