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How accurate are home pregnancy tests vs office ones?

Pretty accurate. Home tests may take a little longer to turn positive (usually up to 2 wks after you're late for your period) than a test at your doctor's office, but they will generally turn positive if you're pregnant. There are some uncommon exceptions, so see your doctor if you still think you're pregnant after 2 home tests spread apart by a week or two. Read more...

I had many + AH pregnancy tests, one in office positive dip. Negative blood panel. I have no bleeding, will I miscarry?

Unclear! You state that you have had multiple positive urine pg tests, but a negative blood panel. What do you mean by a negative blood panel? Did you mean a negative serum pregnancy test? If so, please ask again and clarify. Otherwise what was the blood panel testing? Read more...
Clarify what blood. test results you are talking about or ask your doctor who has the test results.. Read more...
Are you pregnant? In the first 8 weeks of pregnancy, the miscarriage rate is about 10-15% of clinically recognizable pregnancies. With a fetal heart beat at 8 weeks, the miscarriage rate till 28 weeks, is about 3%. Unless you have an underlying disorder, your risk should not be above baseline. However, if it is not a typo and your blood work is NEGATIVE, then you are not pregnant, despite the positive UPT. Read more...