no, because i mistook an ovulation test for a pregnancy test and it said i was positive i was scared. i went to the doctor the next day and found out i was using an ovulation test and that the positive meant that i was at a higher risk of getting pregnant.
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most of the time if you don't feel satisfied go to the doctor to be sure.
No because a pregnancy test measures HCG ,and you only make enough to make a test positive when your pregnant.
an ovulation predictor kit will turn positive when a woman is pregnant. Positive means the test line is darker than or the same as the reference line, so a light test line does NOT mean a positive pregnancy test like it does if using an actual home pregnancy test!
it should show you are pregnant Hello there. A Ovulation test will ONLY come out positive when LSH....the Ovulating hormone has been found in your urine. Some women do claim to of had a positive Ovulation test during early pregnancy but this information is so inconclusive that its not a reliable pregnancy testing method at this time. To determine if you are pregnant, its adviseable to buy a pregnancy test and see your doctor for a blood test to be certain.
No its not. It just determines if ur body is ovulating at the time. If ur trying to get pregnant & ur ovulation test says yes ur ovulating, then with in 24-48 hours is the best time to try and get pregnant.
After 16 days of ovulation a pregnancy test be positive.
Not unless pregnant again.
Yes the test will show positive for awhile after since it takes time for the hormones to settle.
If you are four weeks pregnant you will have enough hCH to have a positive pregnancy test.
Most women can get a clearly positive home pregnancy test 14 to 16 days after ovulation.