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Can an ovarian cyst cause a false positive pregnancy test?

No. Blood or urine pregnancy test is often performed in premenopausal women who have an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts are common during pregnancy, but ovarian cysts are not known to cause a false-positive test. False-positive pregnancy tests are rare, with only a handful of possible causes. Read more...

I had two positive pregnancy test this morning, I'm wondering why 2 weeks ago the hospital test were negative when I went in for ovarian cysts?

It takes time. It takes a few weeks after getting pregnant for the test to turn positive. Read more...
A pregnancy test. does not become positive at the time of conception, depending on the test, it could take 2 weeks to become positive. Read more...

I'm having syptoms of pregnancy test came back negative have had a history of ovarian cysts is it possible the cysts are back? Should I make an apointment to my regular doctor? I do not have a obgyn. I am 21 years old.

If . If you stil haven't had your period, then take another test, as the pregnancy hormone (beta hcg) builds up slowly over time. If you are having pain, vomiting, fever, or light-headedness, then you need to see your doctor immediately. Read more...
Yes, see doctor. It is possible for ovarian cysts to recur. Yes, you may want to check this with your doctor or ask for an gyn referral although you gyn doctors are primary care docs as well so you don't really need a medical referral to see them. Read more...

I'm 17, took a pregnancy test, came out positive, not sure if its a false positive due to me having had an ovarian cyst, that may still be there?

Positive preg test. Pregnancy tests are actually quite accurate. Repeat the test and if it is positive you are probably pregnant. Ovarian cysts dont usually give positive. There are some rare cases that can cause a false posiive. Read more...

I have an ovarian cyst and a fibroid, I've missed a period and took a pregnancy test and it came back positive?

Positive test. You need to see your ob-gyn for a proper follow-up. Read more...
It's OK. Talk to your obgyn. He/she will be able to answer your questions better as he/she knows your history and the size/characteristics of the cyst and fibroid. Good luck! Read more...