Q: Can a negative for a pregnancy test change being positive?

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A pregnancy test can NOT be reused and it will not show a accurate answer.

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A test coming out positive means that the test found whatever it was looking for. A test coming out negative means it didn't find anything. Like a pregnancy test coming out positive means a good chance of the person tested being pregnant. Negative means there are no signs of pregnancy in the tested substance.

There has to be a line in the control window to let you know its working. After the wait time there should be a + or - in the test window. + being positive and - being negative. Hope this helps!

no, negative....if you multiply two negatives it comes out positive

Stubborn typically has a negative connotation, as it often implies resistance to change, difficulty cooperating, or being unreasonably inflexible.

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.

it's only negative if it's being multiplied by a positive number. If it's being multiplied by another negative number than it will be positive.

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Depends on how big they are. The resulting number could be positive or negative. Negative 1/4 and Positive 1/2 will be a Positive 1/4. Positive 1/4 and Negative 1/2 will be a Negative 1/4.

0 is a neutral number. zero is nor positive or negative because NEGITIVE being a number smaller than zero POSITIVE being a number bigger than zero so since zero isn't being smaller or bigger zero isn't positive or negative

If the amount of negative integers being multiplied is even, the result will be positive. If it is odd (like 101), the product will be negative.