Why is one blood test positive and one negative for pregnancy?
I went to the ER last Saturday night for a panic attack. I've never had one before. All of my blood work came back normal except I was positive for pregnancy. Two days later I went to a clinic and paid $30 for another blood test. It came back negative. I had a period at the beginning of the month (around Jan 5). I am really upset by all of this because I don't know what's going on. Am I pregnant or not?
It's possible it's just to early. I had this happen to me. I had positive home tests but negative blood tests. 3 weeks later I went back to my obgyn for another blood test and it came back positive for pregnancy. I am now 33 weeks pregnant.
I've taken Urine tests and so far all of them are negative. My periods are pretty regular. That's another reason why I'm so confused by the positive test, I had my period on time at the beginning of the month. Now I'm worried there are other things going on. I'm crampy today and my breasts are tender but that usually happens before my period. I haven't started yet though.
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