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can yeast be throwing off the home pregnancy test?

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I had my last period 5/18/2011 i have not gotten my period yet. i have never skipped a period or been this late before. i took a test after being 9 days late and it said negative but ive been having symptoms like i am pregnant. i have a yeast infection and im taking medicine for it. can that be throwing off the home pregnancy test?


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replied July 4th, 2011
Am I Pregnant Answer A24621
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum

If you had unprotected intercourse then possibility of pregnancy is there.The HPT many times does not give accurate results as hormone HCG is not detectable in urine.
Repeat the test or get a Blood HCG test done as it is an accurate test.
Consider visiting a Gynaecologist for examination so that she can look for signs and symptoms suggestive of pregnancy.

Take Care!


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