No It dosent!
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.
Azithromycin won't affect a pregnancy test; pregnancy tests are dependant on hormone levels and azithromycin antibiotic doesn't affect hormone levels.
Home pregnancy tests work by detecting a specific hormone which is present in pregnancy. "Spotting" has nothing to do with it, and shouldn't interfere as long as implantation has taken place.
Light spotting with cramps but no period means it's time for a home pregnancy test.
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
Yes, you can
It would not make a difference. If you are pregnant please think about quiting cigarettes.It not only smoking marijuana but consuming any kind of drug will affect the pregnancy test results.
I'm the one who posted this question me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex last month it's been almost right at a month and I took home pregnancy tests and they were negative. I have all the symptom's though the fatigue, breast tenderness, I had spotting I know it was that because it was brown. So could I be pregnant even with negative results from home pregnancy tests?
Yes, of course. If you get a home pregnancy test, you just pee on it - it doesn't matter if you are spotting or not.
HPV does not affect the accuracy of any pregnancy tests.No it will not affect a pregnancy test.No. Your just not pregnant.No. Home pregnancy tests achieve their results by detecting a specific hormone present in a woman's urine which is only produced during pregnancy. HPV will not interfere with the detection of the hormone, however, there are other factors which can give false results with home pregnancy tests. If you receive a negative result but believe you are pregnant try repeating the test after a week has passed, or you may consult a physician who can administer a more accurate test.NO a positive pregnancy test is caused by hormones not a virus
Depo Provera shots do not effect the results of home pregnancy tests, nor do they "hide" a pregnancy.