False Negative Pregnancy Test

by Concierge Matcher on March 29, 2011

false negative pregnancy testIf you are pregnancy or trying to get pregnant, you know that there are a million questions and concerns that will cross your mind during the process.  Don’t worry though because if you are having a concern, then there are probably many other women out there having the same concern. Here are two of the most popular topics for expecting moms.

Stretch marks are always a popular topic with expecting moms.  Almost all women get them to some degree during their pregnancy.  As your tummy grows to make room for baby, sometimes your skin just cant keep up and you end up with the dreaded stretch marks.  They can be pretty difficult to get rid of but there are lots of options for treatment.  One of the simplest options is to use one of the many skin creams available.  The trick is figuring out which is the best one for you.  Many women seem to have great results with Revitol stretch mark cream but to determine if it will work for you, the best place to start is to look online for Revitol stretch mark reviews.  Many other women have tried it and have posted their thoughts.

If you are trying to get pregnant then one of the things you should consider is the your home pregnancy test.  One of the most popular questions on this topic is what can cause a false negative pregnancy test.  This is actually fairly common and there are a few common mistakes that people make which can cause it.  You should always pay close attention to the directions that come with your test.  Although many test are similar, they often differ in two areas.  The time you should wait before reading the test can vary with each brand and if you wait too long or not long enough it can cause inaccurate results.  Once you do read it you also need to know which symbols to look for because different brands use different symbols to indicate positive or negative.  Also be sure to take the test first thing in the morning when your urine is most concentrated.  Home pregnancy tests often come in two or three packs so be sure to take both tests if you the first one is negative, just to be sure.  If you still have any doubts about the results, contact your doctor to schedule a blood test.

These are some of the most common questions that women have when they are expecting or trying.  This should take a little bit of the stress away from the process so that you know how handle these challenges when they come and can get back to enjoying the process more quickly.

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