yes, it can give a false negative.
In addition, overuse of amphetamines during pregnancy may increase the chances of a premature delivery and of having a baby with a low birth weight. Also, the baby may become dependent on amphetamines and experience withdrawal effects such as agitation and drowsiness.
No. only large amount of water will affect the result of pregnancy test.
Pregnancy tests check levels of perticular hormones. Smoking marijuana does not affect hormone levels in the body. So to answer your question, no it wont affect the results of a pregnancy test.
A medication with HCG will effect the pregnancy test results. Nothing else apart from this will effect a test result.
Antibiotics do not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test. Pregnancy test results are quite specific.
irregular periods doesn't affect a pregnancy test result
The instructions on the home pregnancy test I checked say that the only drug that should affect your test is if you get an HCG shot.
No, neither UTI nor antibiotics affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test.
No, UTIs do not affect the accuracy of pregnancy tests.
No it wont.
For the most accurate results, the only urine that should touch the pregnancy test should be you.
Pregnancy tests check for hCG, a hormone produced in pregnancy but not found in the contraceptive implant. Nexlanon, Implanon, and Norplant will not affect the results of a blood or urine pregnancy test.
I'm wondering the same thing =\
Azithromycin won't affect a pregnancy test; pregnancy tests are dependant on hormone levels and azithromycin antibiotic doesn't affect hormone levels.
No it cant it can have a affect on the babys personality when it gets older
The major one that would affect a pregnancy test is HCG, which is used during infertility treatments, it's the same hormone your body produces during pregnancy and it's the hormone the home test is looking for. other than that medications do not affect the outcome of a home pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty
no, blood preasure and pregnancy have nothing in common unless you are pregnate and have high blood preasurethe pregnancy test has no effects from the medicine
Caffeine itself will not alter the results of a pregnancy test. However, caffeine is a diuretic, which can dilute the urine. This may make it more difficult for a urine-dependent pregnancy test to detect the pregnancy hormones. For the most accurate results, perform a pregnancy test when you first urinate in the morning. Your urine will be most concentrated at that point in the day and the test will be more accurate.
Take a pregnancy test to determine if you're pregnant while on the contraceptve implant. The implant does not affect the results of a pregnancy test.
No. It does not affect your pregnancy test. You do pregnancy test on your urine.