Why wouldn't a pregnancy show in urine?
Urine doesn't come from the vagina.
Yes, you will still get a positive pregnancy test even with a tubal pregnancy. your body still makes hcg which is the growth hormone that is produced when your pregnant. Those levels are measured in your blood or in your urine. As long as the level is over 50 in your urine, it will show up. Good luck.
If you take a urine test at the hospital and suspect you have a bladder infection is the urine just checked for that or would pregnancy show up also?
You can dectect hcg in urine as soon as you miss a period or sooner, but very small quanities, however further into the pregnancy the hcg is higher. so if you test early in pregnancy and have a negative result this may be because not enough hcg was traced, early pregnancy tests are better done in the morning with the first urine of the day.
Are you pregnant if you took two urine pregnancy test and one came out positive followed by a negative and all were home urine pregnancy test?
There are more times that a preg test will show a false-negative than a false-positive. A preg test tests for HCG levels in your urine. Sometimes very early in pregnancy the HCG levels are too low to measure. I would suggest that your levels were too low in your urine in the second test and it showed negative. Wait another week and re-test - I bet you it will show positive.
A urine pregnancy test tests for the "preg hormone" in the urine, which is at a higher level when a woman is pregnant. However, I'm not sure what you're trying to accomplish; a pregnancy test isn't a "Pass/Fail" scenario; it tells you if you're pregnant or not. Male urine on a pregnancy test should test negative.
If you take a pregnancy test in the morning when you first wake up could it show a different result than if you took it in the middle of the day or that night?
You should always take a pregnancy test in the morning as at that time the urine is more concentrated and therefore there is more hormone in it and it is more likely to show as pregnant. Later in the day the urine is weaker, therefore the hormone is weaker and may not be strong enough to show up. So the answer to your question is YES. Early in pregnancy an early morning test may show…
A serum (blood) pregnancy test is not necessarily more accurate than a urine test, but results may be obtained sooner in the pregnancy with a serum test for hCG, the hormone that signals pregnancy. Both methods test for the presence of human chorionic gonadotrophin which is present in the blood about 48 hours after implantation has occurred. It takes about 4 days for hCG to show up in detectable levels in the urine. Urine tests…