A 23-year-old female asked:
Is it possible to take a pregnant test and get a negative seven days before cycle is due and get a positive later?
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General Practice 29 years experience
Pregnancy Testing: Testing before a fetus and mother are sharing chemical and blood connections should produce a negative test. This is not that there was a problem this represents you wasting money on a test that would be invalid and naturally negative. As the new fetus grows and begins to share chemical and blood with the mother then a test will turn positive. You are pregnant.
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Last updated Apr 9, 2014
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