I took 7 home pregnancy test all positive but doctor test say negative and blood test was negative why?

Please clarify. Perhaps the reason can be known when you tell us honestly why you kept testing at home even though the test told you a positive answer. Something must have clued you into the fact something was not normal. You tell us.

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How do doctors do pregnancy test blood test or urine test which is more effective doctor test or home pregnancy test?

Blood test. Blood test is more sensitive, provides a number, is generally positive sooner than urine test and is generally more reliable. Urine test is cheaper, can be done at home without the need to go to a doctor and is positive 4-5 days after a missed period. Both test are accurate when positive. A negative result on a test done too early is not meaningful. Read more...

You can buy a home pregnancy test kit at a pharmacy to test if you are pregnant or go see a doctor, they could also do a blood test to check if you ar?

Question. Is that a question or a statement? Yes, you can get a home pregnancy test at the pharmacy. Try it about a week after a missed period. Your doctor can also do a blood test which is a bit more accurate. These are things you should know before you begin to have sex, particularly if you're having unprotected sex, which is a the most common cause of pregnancy. Adulthood should proceed parenthood. Read more...
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I have my tubes cut burned n tied took a home pregnancy test n it came out positive took a urine and blood test at dr n came out negative. Why?

Blood most accurate. There is a small chance a urine pregnancy test can be a false positive - very small, but still possible. A blood test is much more accurate, if there is any question. Read more...
Test error. No test is 100% accurate; the error may lie in the manufacture of the kit, a mistake in how you used it, or some other problem. If you have had your fallopian tubes severed and tied off you are most unlikely to get pregnant so you don't even have to test. Read more...

If a at home pregnancy test says negative will the blood test say it too?

Likely. Today's home preg tests can pick up very low levels of the preg hormone hcg. I consider those results reliable. If a result is questionable, repeating the test in a few days will be helpful. If there is some concern about the viability of a pregnancy then serial quantitative blood HCG levels would be helpful for diagnosis. Read more...