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Accurracy Of Hpt
Not necessarily: 100%. You can wait and repeat in a week using a first morning void. It should be very accurate at that point. Take care. ...Read more
2 weeks late negative hpt . Could i be testing to early? I have all the early symptoms of pregnantcy but no positive hpt but lots of positive opks.
Late menses: Typically you should expect to have a positive test result about one week after a missed period. Make sure you use a test from a drug store because they are more likely to be in date and not expired. Expired or old test can give false results. You should contact your gynecologist to evaluate. Blood test for pregnancy can be done there. ...Read more
Took hpt 8days of missed period and had a result of negative. After 2 days "period" came. Does the hpt accurate?
Check again: Repeat it in 5-7 days.Get a more detailed answer ›
Pregnancy: Hi, home pregnancy tests r very accurate although they could have false negative but very rare at wk 7th, if any doubt see ur family doctor for blood pregnancy test. Besides pregnancy a lot of other conditions can cause missed period like stress, hormonal imbalance, excessive weight loss and exercise, thyroid problem among others, ...Read more
Pregnancy: Your question is confusing. If you know you are 7 weeks pregnant, why test again? If you've missed your period but have not had a + pregnancy test, then i cannot tell you what the odds of the test being negative (clear blue digital). Home pregnancy tests are usually pretty accurate, so if it is repeatedly negative, chances are you are not pregnant. ...Read more
What are the possibilities of false negative hpt rsult after abortion? Didnt have sex after the termination.
Missed periods: Missed periods can be caused by hormone issues, such as thyroid or prolactin abnormalities. They can also be caused by stress, by gaining or losing weight, by eating too much soy, or being overweight or underweight. I recommend my patients come in to get checked if they miss 2 or 3 periods and are not pregnant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cd32, very light variable cramping for past couple days, some nipple tenderness, 2 negative pregnancy tests. Had sex day of positive opk. Test again?
Not good: You need to be re-tested in about 3 months to be sure. ...Read more
Not inconceivable: Sorry but pun was intended. While home pregnancy tests are fairly sensitive, some women will have a negative test early on during pregnancy. So if you've been engaging in unprotected sex and your test is negative 3d after being late, then repeat test once you're a week or two late. By 2 wks late or 6wks after last menstrual period, home pregnancy test should be positive if you're pregnant. ...Read more
What are the chances of home pregnancy test giving an accurate positive result 5 days before missed period?
Unlikely: Most home pregnancy tests (hpts) claim to be 99% accurate on the first day of the missed period. However, research suggests that most hpts do not always detect the very low levels of pregnancy hormones this early. Most hpts can accurately detect pregnancy 1 week after a missed period. ...Read more
Pregnancy symptoms but negative home urine test in the 1st day of missed period. Moreover found occult blood positive. I very much feel pregnant?
You could be startin: You could be starting your period.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Multiple htps positive, many pregnant symptoms nausea, sore breasts, no period 8 weeks. Doctor's urine test negative at 5.5 weeks late. Was the test wrong?
Too early: The doctor's test may have been done too early to be +. Some tests are more sensitive than others and will be positive sooner. With the symptoms and positive home pregnancy tests i'd suggest you have him do another and if it is still negative check into why your period is late. ...Read more
Absent Period: Reasons for missed/late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight ^ or v, over-exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, ^ stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or medical problems (i.e. PCOS). #1 reason is pregnancy. Would discuss w your gynecologist. ...Read more