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Clear Blue Easy Digital Pregnancy Test False Negative
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.
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Taken three answer pregnancy test all faint positive fairly quickly negative clear blue digital with weeks?
Check a blood test: It sounds like there may be a problem with one of your tests. You can ask your MD to do a blood HCG level to see what's going on. Otherwise wait a week and retest. If you are pregnant, the test should be more definitive by then.
I did a pregnancy test this morning using first morning urine and it was positive now I've done a clear blue digital test this afternoon and its neg?
I took a clear blue digital pregnancy test 6 days after implantation bleeding. The test was negative. Should I trust the results?
No: Repeat the PG test 2 days before your expected period or thereafter to be more accurate.
Is it possible for one to do a pregnancy test with the clear blue digital test 10 days after ovulation and still gets a negative result?
Yes: Certainly, if 1) you are not pregnant, 2) 10 days may be too early even if you are pregnant. Test again in a few days.
What is the proper way to take a digital pregnancy test? Are they accurate taken 3 weeks after missed period? False negative chances?
See below: The test is past its expiration date; you took the test the wrong way; you tested too soon; your urine is too diluted because you consumed large amounts of fluid right before the test; you are taking certain medications, such as diuretics or antihistaminics. If you are still concerned you may see your doctor for a blood test. Http://www. Webmd. Com/baby/guide/pregnancy-tests.
Re do: You can re do it a few days later or get a blood test done which is more specificSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Almost all comercial preg tests report efficacy close to 99%. Trick is however, that depends on when they are done. There is a higher false negative rate if performed before the time os the missed cycle. Most-if not all- pregnancy tests should be positive by one week after a missed cycle. Always check the boxes. They state their "sensivitiy" level.
Yes: If you test too early that can occur.
I'm two and a half weeks late and pregnancy test are saying negative. I would be 5 and a half weeks. Could it be to soon and just be false negative?
Technique: If you do not do the test correctly, it may turn out negative and by definition would be false negative.See 1 more doctor answer
I've heard to use the first morning urine for a test. Is it possible I could have gotten a false negative by that too for pregnancy test?
No: It doesn't matter what time of day you get your pregnancy test.
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