I have taken 4 pregnancy tests- all negative. every time, I worry and think of reasons why they weren't valid based on what the instructions say in the small print. I know you aren't pregnancy test manufacturers but do you think these things would reasonably lower levels of accuracy to the extent of 4 tests? ... - testing in the same room as a phone ( digital tests say it could cause interference) - the cold weather outside where I live ( the tests say that you shouldnt let it drop below 2 degrees c and i dont know what the temp. is here? ) - I have read that there is a chance the date on the box could be different to the date on the test itself and you should check both? Can i be sure I am not pregnant if i followed the rest of the instructions perfectly? Thank you so much
-------------------- beth Posts: 10 | From: england | Registered: Dec 2013
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The only way to know if someone is or not pregnant is taking a test. You already took four, all negative.
As long as you followed the instructions -- and sounds like you did -- and tested after 14 days of the risk, you can trust the results.
Of course, if you still have doubts about the accuracy of the tests you can always call the manufacturers. Most of brands have a phone number on the box where you can ask questions like those you asked here.
-------------------- "Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it's very important that you do it " (...'cause no one else will) -Gandhi- Posts: 420 | From: Somewhere over the rainbow* | Registered: Jun 2013
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