At home pregnancy
tests may give false negatives.
Tests work by looking for a hormone
in the urine
that is only found during pregnancy. There may not be enough hormone in the urine to give a positive test at the time you took the test. Your dr can do a blood test for the hormone, which is more accurate. See your dr to see if you are pregnant or if there is another cause for your symptoms.
Answer assisted by Nicole Bressler, Medical Student