Would a home pregnancy test come back positive if I was pregnant with an ectopic pregnancy?

Ectopic pregnancy. Urinary tests for pregnancy can accurately test for pregnancy, but cannot tell whether the pregnancy is in the womb or in the tube such as a tubal pregnancy. You should see a doctor anytime you feel pregnant or have a positive urinary test, or have abdominal pain not explained.
Pregnancy Testing. Yes. If enough time had passed for the fetus to implant and grow big enough to be sharing it's blood supply with your body.

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I done a home pregnancy test from my first urine of the day it has come back possotive but could it be wrong?

Not likely. If you did the test strictly according to instructions, it is not likely to be wrong. How late are you in your period? You may wish to see your doctor for a pelvic ultrasound to confirm or rule out pregnancy. Read more...

3 days late home. Pregnancy test come back negative does this mean. Not pregnant?

Not necessarily. You may wish to redo the test in a couple of days; use first morning urine and follow the directions in the kit carefully. See this site for signs of pregnancy. http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-am-i-pregnant. Read more...
Not necessarily. Sometimes, it is too early to detect a pregnancy. You can simply repeat the pregnancy test one week later to be certain. If you don't have access to one, you can schedule an appointment with your doctor to get one done. Read more...