You should have gotten a positive result by now but if you haven't try a different brand of test I use first response and clear blue easy and got 6 negative results then I took EPT and got 3 positive results if you still don't get your period within another week and you are still getting negative results get to your doctor for a blood test and or ultrasound so that they can see what is really going on hope everything works out for you Good Lucka nd God Bless!!!
yes its not uncommon for tests to give a false result. tests can give a false negative but never a false positive.a blood test from your doctor will confirm either way. How do you know it's kicking?
Which kind of tests did you use? If you just took the urine tests ... go for a blood test. Also talk with your doctor if the blood test comes back negative.
Should I stop birth control if my tests came back negative, but I still feel pregnant, but haven't missed a period yet?
Yes you could still be pregnant. Tests come back negative all the time. I would take another test, or i would go to the doctor. You may not be, but the tests can be wrong.
Usually, not being "called back" by a hospital after running diagnostic tests is a good sign, meaning the tests were negative.
Yes, because blood tests detect pregnancy earlier than urine tests do.
It should not come back blank; it shows positive or negative. Something is wrong.
If the site of the scratch test is compromised by a known allergen (say a sweater with animal dander touches the back or arm) it will produce a false positive.
if you have been confirmed as pregnant by the doctor - it is still possible in these early stages of pregnancy for tests to come back negative, i would check with the doctor to be sure.
Yes, you can be pregnant, but is highly unlikely. No test is perfect, but home pregnancy tests are essentially the same as those used in the doctor's office. The home tests are very accurate even in early pregnancy. Remember that a faint line is still a positive result.
Blood tests for herpes are less accurate than a culture.
i had this with my first baby its because some tests arnt as accurate as they make out my mate did 10 home tests all negative went to the doctors and it was positive
The ClearBlue pregnancy tests are 95% of the time accurate. If it comes back positive, then you are definitely pregnant, however if it comes back negative you may still be pregnant, so you may have to take it again in a few days.
It is possible (a false negative test result), but not likely.
He doesn't go to actual school. He has a tutor who teaches him and he goes back to Oklahoma to take his state tests.
Pregnancy is highly unlikey, but home tests are never 100% reliable.
Yes, it is always possible that laboratory tests have false or misread results. If a test comes back with results that seem to oppose that other tests have said, it is a good idea to run a second set to verify their accuracy.
If one of the tests came back positive, your doctor should treat you for the infection.
I had the same thing happen to me. I took several home pregnancy tests that came back positive. I went to the doctor they did a blood test and it came back as negative. They sent me to hospital to do a 48 hour hormone test and determined I was miscarraging the baby. You should ask your doctor if this is hapening to you. Hope this helps.
Probably not. There is about 1% of the population that this happens to. If you had a negative blood test i seriously doubt your pregnant but i could be wrong when i took a urine test mine came back negative and the next morning it was postive. It depends on how early after your missed period you took the test. You could have ovulated really late, and hcg isn't enough to be detected yet. It takes about 2 wks after implantation (or so I have read) to show positive. A blood test can return a negative pregnancy test result up to and past ten (10) days after intercourse (or artificial insemination), a urine test will usually return a negative pregnancy result for a minimum of four weeks after intercourse. So you could be pregnant and not know it for up to six weeks, even after taking many pregnancy tests.
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! pregnancy tests are only 98.99 percent correct. You need to go to the Gynocologist.
There is no definitive test for lupus. It is possible that some standard tests may come back negative, but the patient does indeed have lupus. A diagnosis of lupus is based on history, symptoms, and a variety of lab and imaging tests. A rheumatologist is the type of doctor who has the specialized training to make the diagnosis.
Pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate, but being that it was negative and you got your period, I'd say you are definitely not pregnant.
Odds are you are not pregnant if you had your period, and the tests came back negative