The Accuracy Of The Test Pack?
I bought a test pack yesterday, I tried it too late, he said, the good urine when I wake up, but why when I tested it two times the result was invalid, then after I saved it suddenly appeared negative lines, that’s what I did, huh? Is the test pack accurate?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. But the opposite of what most ordinary people understand, the reality of pregnancy tests using a testpack is not a test that can be used as an absolute determinant of pregnancy. What happens to you is one reason.
In general, the sign of pregnancy is divided into three, the alleged sign, the possible sign, and the sure sign of pregnancy. In determining pregnancy, the lowest accuracy is in the presumptive sign, and the highest is in the sure sign. Included in the allegations are late menstruation, cravings, stomach cramps, changes in breast shape, increased frequency of urination, and an enlarged abdomen. These signs are said to be the lowest because this can be found in people who are not pregnant, and not all who are pregnant experience all of these signs.
Signs may be one of them is the use of a testpack. Accurately, this test method is indeed more accurate than a sign of a suspected pregnancy, but as you experience, device errors or misuse can cause positive results to be read negatively and vice versa. Therefore, to be able to ensure pregnancy, it is necessary to determine the definite signs of pregnancy, and that is through an ultrasound examination by an obstetrician.
By examining through ultrasound, if a pregnancy sac and fetal heart rate are found in the uterus, then you must be pregnant. If not found, the doctor will first try to evaluate in the next 1-2 meetings, and if still not found, then you are declared not pregnant. At the next gestational age even with an ultrasound examination can be known a variety of important information such as amniotic fluid levels, location of the placenta to determine whether or not can be born normal, as well as various other abnormalities.
Therefore, we suggest that regardless of the results of the testpack, you should check with your obstetrician. Meanwhile, consider yourself pregnant and get plenty of rest, avoid cigarette smoke and pollution, limit your activities, and consume vitamins and pregnancy supplements. Even if you are not pregnant, taking vitamins and pregnancy supplements is still beneficial because it can help increase the potential for pregnancy. So, hopefully answering your question.