I bet some of you are wonder why you should always use 1st morning urine when testing with home tests.
Well the theory is that because most women sleep 8 hrs a night and that means that your urine collects over that amount of time and has time to condense/build up. So using that condensed urine give you a better chance of accurate results.
Now this hinges on also when you are testing. I don't suggest testing until you are at least 3-5 days late. That way if you are indeed pregnant that should give the pregnancy hormone in your urine to reach levels that most test should be able to pick up.
If the test was done with 1st morning urine the it should be accurate, but if you get to a week or later then you should re-test with 1st morning urine and if still negative results then you may want to see a Dr. for a blood test. Best of luck.View Thread
If you didn't get a period last month or one this month you should try a test, but since you said that your period are irregular it may not be accurate. Wait 14 days from the time you think you may have become pregnant and if no normal for period then you can try a test with 1st morning urine then. Best of luck.View Thread
You can try re-testing with 1st morning urine, but only look at the test with in the testing window timeframe (which is usually less than 10 minutes) or you can see a Dr. for a blood test. Best of luck.View Thread
You should try a test, with 1st morning urine, since *if* you are indeed pregnant you would be at high risk of an ectopic pregnancy and would need to see a Dr. ASAP! if that were the case. Best of luck.View Thread
No, you can not have a normal period and still be pregnant. If your wife thinks she may be pregnant she can try a test with 1st morning urine. But she's probably not pregnant if she had a normal for her period. Best of luck.View Thread