It is more common for home pregnancy tests to give a false negative than a false positive. You could be testing too soon. Home pregnancy tests are considered accurate 14-16 days after ovulation.
Most likely, you are pregnant and that's not your period, you're just spotting. Go to the doctor, and they'll be able to tell you better.
There is no real way to know until you get a positive pregnancy test. Blood tests given by dr's are usually accurate 10 to 14 after ovulation and home pregnancy tests and urine tests are usually accurate around 14 to 16 days after ovulation.
If you are using a home pregnancy test, it may be to early to tell if you are pregnant. Wait another week or have your blood levels checked to see if your pregnant. If you received a positive test, your probably pregnant, as the test tests if there is HCG in your system, and you only have this hormone in your system if your pregnant (unless you have some medical issue).
Yes and no. All home pregnancy tests are decting the same hormone, HCG, a hormone that is produced by the developing placenta. However, all home pregnancy tests do not detect HCG at the same levels. So some brands may show positive results sooner than others.
It's highly unlikely. Home pregnancy tests are more prone to false negatives than false positives.
Take tests at a doctors and don't trust the home pregnancy ones.
False positives on home pregnancy tests are very rare. If you get a positive and believe that you are not pregnant, see your doctor and they can draw blood and do a beta hcg. This will show if you are pregnant for sure.
You are pregnant
No. Go to your doctor and find out what you want to do.
yes you are more than likely pregnant, go to the doctors and get a blood test done, it is more accurate than home pregnancy tests
Yes, home pregnancy tests can produce both false positives and false negatives. If a home pregnancy test is positive, you should see a gynecologist to have the pregnancy confirmed as soon as you can.
Most likely. Home pregnancy tests are rarely wrong, but it is possible for it to be wrong. You need to see your doctor, but if for any reason you can't, take two home tests one after the other. If they are both positive... that is your answer.
Go to the doctor again; the doctor's tests are more accurate.
I think you will find that if 5 home tests have resulted in a positive reading, you are most certainly pregnant. I think that you should make an appointment with your doctor to make sure you are well and to discuss what will happen over the next 9 months.
yes if three came up that quick you are pregnant...congrats and God Bless...
NO, these tests only can tell if you are pregnant or are not pregnant.