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Has anyone received a negative result from an at home pregnancy test and come to find later that you were truly pregnant?
False negatives are a lot more likely than false positives.
Since it measures your HCG, if you're in early pregnancy or have low HCG it may not register.
However if the test is positive, it's very unlikely to be wrong. Last time I had a positive pregnancy test my doctor didn't even bother checking - they're that accurate.
I have heard of people to have that happen, but for the most part, home tests are pretty reliable.
Every single test is different. They each measure a different level of HCG and in early pregnancy your HCG is supposed to at least double every 2-3 days. The most sensitive tests can start detecting around 20 HCG while some others can only detect 100 HCG or higher.. so that can be a difference as much as 1 week between those 2 tests. The digitals detect at 50 HCG and up and those for some reason commonly give false positives.
I personally tested positive on a Dollar Tree test around 11 days after ovulation and that day my HCG was only around a 20. It doesn't seem like it but when you look at pregnancy forums the Dollar Tree tests actually have a good reputation for being one of the most sensitive tests.
And don't forget, any line that shows up in 10 minutes and is colored is positive! My line was very, very faint but it was enough to cause me to want the blood test
Thank you all for your replies! With my son, the test was positive right away. With my daughter, I had the faint line. I am feeling some symptoms of pregnancy now and it is way past my monthly time, but I have used six tests and all have been negative... Time to call the doctor I guess!
by tammyq7 years ago
can morning after pill produce false positive pregnancy testperiod is 2 days late, home test says positive
by ngureco8 years ago
What Causes False Positive Pregnancy Test?
by beth.butcher608 years ago
I havent had a home pregnancy test yet.I am 40 years old sometimes I feel pregnant and other...times I dont.What is going on with me?
by alexandriaruthk6 years ago
What is meant by false positive in pregnancy test? What causes it?I've heard this one and wondering what it means. What can be the factors that can cause this if you had a pregnancy test?
by trixiemalu836 years ago
i'm 5 weeks late and got a negative result on a cheap pregnancy is it a reliable answeri missed my depo- provera injection 5 weeks ago now
by kayleighdeanna2 years ago
i have done a pregnancy test and both lines appeared.but one was more faded than the other.what does this mean?
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