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This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 006134/002.

Names and composition

"DOLOPHINE HYDROCHLORIDE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of METHADONE HYDROCHLORIDE.

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Im in my period rite now..yet the results shows that im pregnant..help!?
i've checked my pregnancy results and it turns out to be +ve.When i took medicines from the doctor ( which the doctor adviced me to took them) , i had period just for 2 days ( which is until today ) and yet when i checked my urine tests again last nite...it still shows dat i am still pregnant.Help me! wat... Asked by Floy Brazier 1 year ago.

i've checked my pregnancy results and it turns out to be +ve.When i took medicines from the doctor ( which the doctor adviced me to took them) , i had period just for 2 days ( which is until today ) and yet when i checked my urine tests again last nite...it still shows dat i am still pregnant.Help me! wat should i do? When i cough, it hurts, and is there any possibilty that the blood clog in my womb or anywhere my urine area? Answered by Evette Baatz 1 year ago.

Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Go to the hospital and get checked out. Answered by Arianna Sprake 1 year ago.

do no longer concern approximately this... that's fairly familiar. sure, some human beings have menarche (adult men-are-key: their first era) at times as early as 10 or perhaps in the past. even even though it is likewise familiar to commence as previous due as 15 or perhaps sixteen, despite the fact that if it is going lots longer, there would desire to be threat of hormone issues. purely flow by life in many cases, and sooner or later that's going to ensue. sure, people who're a tad obese do commence later, and human beings with an intensive courting with an older male, or stay in a low-rigidity ecosystem, and having older sisters or many girlfriends would reason the menarche back later. in case you rigidity approximately it, then that would reason it to postpone besides. Answered by Evan Reister 1 year ago.

It is possible to have your period the whole time you are pregnant. Wait a few days and take another test, if it still says positive then go to your OB-GYN! Answered by Colin Carrauza 1 year ago.


You cant get a false positive can you??
so i took the test last night and found out that i was pregnant... and i've heard of getting a negative and it being wrong... but you cant get a false positive can you? just wondering... needed to ease my mind... Asked by Jenae Caccia 1 year ago.

What Affects the Test Reasons you may not be able to have the test or why the results may not be helpful include: Taking the test very early in your pregnancy. HCG may not be found. In this case, the test kit may show that you are not pregnant when you really are pregnant. This is called a false-negative result. If you have drunk a lot of fluid, your urine may be diluted and this may also cause a false-negative result. Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride (Thorazine) and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Taking fertility medicines that contain human chorionic gonadotropin, such as Profasi or Pregnyl. Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Answered by Ranae Vodopich 1 year ago.

You can get a false negative if it's too early to test. These tests detect a hormone in the urine only present during pregnancy. So.. there's NO way a test can have a false positive. Well, actually... it can be false positive if you are no longer pregnant but were. Either way, if the hormone is detected and therefore shows up a positive result...then you are defintaly pregnant or were very recently. I'm not sure what eases your mind (a neg or pos.), but good luck to you :) Answered by Tobias Currington 1 year ago.

With any pregnancy test, there is 1% chance of being a false-positive. But 99% of the time the test is accurate. Answered by Berry Aslanian 1 year ago.

if you think you are pregnant, then you take a test that says you are pregnant, you are probably pregnant. a false postive is almost impossible in this case, because the pregnancy test only reveals a postive result because it is reacting to a specific chemical which can be only found in a pregnant woman's urine. your next step is to go see a doctor for medical advice. Your doctor will give you another professionally done pregnancy test which will prove of it is a false postive or not. good luck. Answered by Demarcus Hardacre 1 year ago.

Highly unlikely due to the fact that the pregnancy tests show positive due to the hormones your body puts out usually only when you are pregnant. If you think that test may be wrong try another test or go to the doctor. Answered by Odell Coolbeth 1 year ago.

about ten yrs ago I took a test and it cam out positive and the next morning I took another one and it came out positive I went to the doctors and found out I was not pregnant my hormones were running high yes it can happen Answered by Dee Kuka 1 year ago.

It's highly lunlikely to get a false positive. get a nother test, or go to your local med emerge center and have a blood test done. they can tell you right then and there if you are pregnant. Those don't lie. Answered by Melony Macdonell 1 year ago.

Unfortunately yes there is such a thing as a false positive. Go to your DR and have them run a Blood sample to check for pregnancy and to get a pelvic exam. Answered by Dorethea Staup 1 year ago.

its very rare, but you can get a false positive, however most of them result from taking fertility medications that have hCG (pregnancy hormones). Unless you are taking these medications its very unlikely that you got a false positive. Answered by Tequila Ayele 1 year ago.

Sometimes in a test if you see the line or whatever some tests the line disappers. Your best bet is to take the test first thing in the am. Answered by Irena Guzalak 1 year ago.


I'm having sharp pains in my ovaries. What could it be?
The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings before. I haven't... Asked by Takisha Zacharia 1 year ago.

The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings before. I haven't started my period yet either and I should have started about a week and a half to 2 weeks ago. Is it something to worry about or should I just wait it out a few more days to see if it goes away? Answered by Jeffrey Baumgardner 1 year ago.

You could be ovulating late. That is usually the reason for ovaries to hurt. Each month your ovaries switch off and so you might only feel the pain on one side and next month it will be right side's turn. I usually only feel my right ovary. What Affects the Test Reasons you may not be able to have the test or why the results may not be helpful include: Taking the test very early in your pregnancy. HCG may not be found. In this case, the test kit may show that you are not pregnant when you really are pregnant. This is called a false-negative result. If you have drunk a lot of fluid, your urine may be diluted and this may also cause a false-negative result. Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride (Thorazine) and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Taking fertility medicines that contain human chorionic gonadotropin, such as Profasi or Pregnyl. Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Answered by Marylin Carvallo 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: I'm having sharp pains in my ovaries. What could it be? The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings... Answered by Shandra Harewood 1 year ago.

It could be a cyst on your ovary, or an ectopic pregnancy. I would go to your doctor or a urgent care clinic. Pain is the body's way of saying "hey pay attention here!" Ovulation pain does not last for 3 or 4 days! Answered by Sacha Branske 1 year ago.

sharp pains ovaries Answered by Joy Gershen 1 year ago.

Where Are My Ovaries Answered by Charlotte Zierer 1 year ago.

if theres any chance you could be pregnant and you are having that kind of pain and your period is late then you really should go to the ER. you might have a ectopic pregnancy. tubal pregnancys can test negative. I don't want to scare you but I wouldn't delay anymore. go to the ER tonight Answered by Ming Dunlavy 1 year ago.

the sharp pains in your ovaries could be ovarian cysts, its very common and could stop you from ovulating correctly, my suggestion to you is that if your really concerned about this you should check with your OBGYN and have them help you with this, like i said it is very common in us to get these cysts, they might put you on a type of birth control to prevent these from happening as often. good luck with it. Answered by Vesta Chevrette 1 year ago.

No worries, sometimes your period will be late and when it is the ovulation pains will be more intense than normal. Answered by Hee Malm 1 year ago.


Im in my period rite now..yet the results shows that im pregnant..help!?
i've checked my pregnancy results and it turns out to be +ve.When i took medicines from the doctor ( which the doctor adviced me to took them) , i had period just for 2 days ( which is until today ) and yet when i checked my urine tests again last nite...it still shows dat i am still pregnant.Help me! wat... Asked by Emiko Grounds 1 year ago.

i've checked my pregnancy results and it turns out to be +ve.When i took medicines from the doctor ( which the doctor adviced me to took them) , i had period just for 2 days ( which is until today ) and yet when i checked my urine tests again last nite...it still shows dat i am still pregnant.Help me! wat should i do? When i cough, it hurts, and is there any possibilty that the blood clog in my womb or anywhere my urine area? Answered by Charline Benjamin 1 year ago.

Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Go to the hospital and get checked out. Answered by Grayce Menden 1 year ago.

do no longer concern approximately this... that's fairly familiar. sure, some human beings have menarche (adult men-are-key: their first era) at times as early as 10 or perhaps in the past. even even though it is likewise familiar to commence as previous due as 15 or perhaps sixteen, despite the fact that if it is going lots longer, there would desire to be threat of hormone issues. purely flow by life in many cases, and sooner or later that's going to ensue. sure, people who're a tad obese do commence later, and human beings with an intensive courting with an older male, or stay in a low-rigidity ecosystem, and having older sisters or many girlfriends would reason the menarche back later. in case you rigidity approximately it, then that would reason it to postpone besides. Answered by Asa Mancinelli 1 year ago.

It is possible to have your period the whole time you are pregnant. Wait a few days and take another test, if it still says positive then go to your OB-GYN! Answered by Joannie Beirne 1 year ago.


You cant get a false positive can you??
so i took the test last night and found out that i was pregnant... and i've heard of getting a negative and it being wrong... but you cant get a false positive can you? just wondering... needed to ease my mind... Asked by Hang Aponta 1 year ago.

What Affects the Test Reasons you may not be able to have the test or why the results may not be helpful include: Taking the test very early in your pregnancy. HCG may not be found. In this case, the test kit may show that you are not pregnant when you really are pregnant. This is called a false-negative result. If you have drunk a lot of fluid, your urine may be diluted and this may also cause a false-negative result. Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride (Thorazine) and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Taking fertility medicines that contain human chorionic gonadotropin, such as Profasi or Pregnyl. Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Answered by Zoe Burde 1 year ago.

You can get a false negative if it's too early to test. These tests detect a hormone in the urine only present during pregnancy. So.. there's NO way a test can have a false positive. Well, actually... it can be false positive if you are no longer pregnant but were. Either way, if the hormone is detected and therefore shows up a positive result...then you are defintaly pregnant or were very recently. I'm not sure what eases your mind (a neg or pos.), but good luck to you :) Answered by Bryan Devary 1 year ago.

With any pregnancy test, there is 1% chance of being a false-positive. But 99% of the time the test is accurate. Answered by Ara Bazydlo 1 year ago.

if you think you are pregnant, then you take a test that says you are pregnant, you are probably pregnant. a false postive is almost impossible in this case, because the pregnancy test only reveals a postive result because it is reacting to a specific chemical which can be only found in a pregnant woman's urine. your next step is to go see a doctor for medical advice. Your doctor will give you another professionally done pregnancy test which will prove of it is a false postive or not. good luck. Answered by Patsy Stapelman 1 year ago.

Highly unlikely due to the fact that the pregnancy tests show positive due to the hormones your body puts out usually only when you are pregnant. If you think that test may be wrong try another test or go to the doctor. Answered by Eldora Pole 1 year ago.

about ten yrs ago I took a test and it cam out positive and the next morning I took another one and it came out positive I went to the doctors and found out I was not pregnant my hormones were running high yes it can happen Answered by Terina Sternberg 1 year ago.

It's highly lunlikely to get a false positive. get a nother test, or go to your local med emerge center and have a blood test done. they can tell you right then and there if you are pregnant. Those don't lie. Answered by Christy Dequattro 1 year ago.

Unfortunately yes there is such a thing as a false positive. Go to your DR and have them run a Blood sample to check for pregnancy and to get a pelvic exam. Answered by Sam Ferri 1 year ago.

its very rare, but you can get a false positive, however most of them result from taking fertility medications that have hCG (pregnancy hormones). Unless you are taking these medications its very unlikely that you got a false positive. Answered by Novella Redpath 1 year ago.

Sometimes in a test if you see the line or whatever some tests the line disappers. Your best bet is to take the test first thing in the am. Answered by Buffy Ardery 1 year ago.


I'm having sharp pains in my ovaries. What could it be?
The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings before. I haven't... Asked by Ma Genao 1 year ago.

The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings before. I haven't started my period yet either and I should have started about a week and a half to 2 weeks ago. Is it something to worry about or should I just wait it out a few more days to see if it goes away? Answered by Rachael Caparros 1 year ago.

You could be ovulating late. That is usually the reason for ovaries to hurt. Each month your ovaries switch off and so you might only feel the pain on one side and next month it will be right side's turn. I usually only feel my right ovary. What Affects the Test Reasons you may not be able to have the test or why the results may not be helpful include: Taking the test very early in your pregnancy. HCG may not be found. In this case, the test kit may show that you are not pregnant when you really are pregnant. This is called a false-negative result. If you have drunk a lot of fluid, your urine may be diluted and this may also cause a false-negative result. Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride (Thorazine) and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Taking fertility medicines that contain human chorionic gonadotropin, such as Profasi or Pregnyl. Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Answered by Sibyl Cuadrado 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: I'm having sharp pains in my ovaries. What could it be? The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings... Answered by Heidi Vignola 1 year ago.

It could be a cyst on your ovary, or an ectopic pregnancy. I would go to your doctor or a urgent care clinic. Pain is the body's way of saying "hey pay attention here!" Ovulation pain does not last for 3 or 4 days! Answered by Leonia Delasancha 1 year ago.

sharp pains ovaries Answered by Earline Bures 1 year ago.

Where Are My Ovaries Answered by Allegra Fisler 1 year ago.

if theres any chance you could be pregnant and you are having that kind of pain and your period is late then you really should go to the ER. you might have a ectopic pregnancy. tubal pregnancys can test negative. I don't want to scare you but I wouldn't delay anymore. go to the ER tonight Answered by Hope Broccoli 1 year ago.

the sharp pains in your ovaries could be ovarian cysts, its very common and could stop you from ovulating correctly, my suggestion to you is that if your really concerned about this you should check with your OBGYN and have them help you with this, like i said it is very common in us to get these cysts, they might put you on a type of birth control to prevent these from happening as often. good luck with it. Answered by Estela Somilleda 1 year ago.

No worries, sometimes your period will be late and when it is the ovulation pains will be more intense than normal. Answered by Elissa Waughtal 1 year ago.


Im in my period rite now..yet the results shows that im pregnant..help!?
i've checked my pregnancy results and it turns out to be +ve.When i took medicines from the doctor ( which the doctor adviced me to took them) , i had period just for 2 days ( which is until today ) and yet when i checked my urine tests again last nite...it still shows dat i am still pregnant.Help me! wat... Asked by Kayce Corneluis 1 year ago.

i've checked my pregnancy results and it turns out to be +ve.When i took medicines from the doctor ( which the doctor adviced me to took them) , i had period just for 2 days ( which is until today ) and yet when i checked my urine tests again last nite...it still shows dat i am still pregnant.Help me! wat should i do? When i cough, it hurts, and is there any possibilty that the blood clog in my womb or anywhere my urine area? Answered by Otha Wartenberg 1 year ago.

Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Go to the hospital and get checked out. Answered by Julieann Giannini 1 year ago.

do no longer concern approximately this... that's fairly familiar. sure, some human beings have menarche (adult men-are-key: their first era) at times as early as 10 or perhaps in the past. even even though it is likewise familiar to commence as previous due as 15 or perhaps sixteen, despite the fact that if it is going lots longer, there would desire to be threat of hormone issues. purely flow by life in many cases, and sooner or later that's going to ensue. sure, people who're a tad obese do commence later, and human beings with an intensive courting with an older male, or stay in a low-rigidity ecosystem, and having older sisters or many girlfriends would reason the menarche back later. in case you rigidity approximately it, then that would reason it to postpone besides. Answered by Ariana Thaggard 1 year ago.

It is possible to have your period the whole time you are pregnant. Wait a few days and take another test, if it still says positive then go to your OB-GYN! Answered by Gerardo Charbonnet 1 year ago.


You cant get a false positive can you??
so i took the test last night and found out that i was pregnant... and i've heard of getting a negative and it being wrong... but you cant get a false positive can you? just wondering... needed to ease my mind... Asked by Bee Schumacker 1 year ago.

What Affects the Test Reasons you may not be able to have the test or why the results may not be helpful include: Taking the test very early in your pregnancy. HCG may not be found. In this case, the test kit may show that you are not pregnant when you really are pregnant. This is called a false-negative result. If you have drunk a lot of fluid, your urine may be diluted and this may also cause a false-negative result. Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride (Thorazine) and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Taking fertility medicines that contain human chorionic gonadotropin, such as Profasi or Pregnyl. Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Answered by Shizue Marrion 1 year ago.

You can get a false negative if it's too early to test. These tests detect a hormone in the urine only present during pregnancy. So.. there's NO way a test can have a false positive. Well, actually... it can be false positive if you are no longer pregnant but were. Either way, if the hormone is detected and therefore shows up a positive result...then you are defintaly pregnant or were very recently. I'm not sure what eases your mind (a neg or pos.), but good luck to you :) Answered by Kit Strider 1 year ago.

With any pregnancy test, there is 1% chance of being a false-positive. But 99% of the time the test is accurate. Answered by Taunya Cassi 1 year ago.

if you think you are pregnant, then you take a test that says you are pregnant, you are probably pregnant. a false postive is almost impossible in this case, because the pregnancy test only reveals a postive result because it is reacting to a specific chemical which can be only found in a pregnant woman's urine. your next step is to go see a doctor for medical advice. Your doctor will give you another professionally done pregnancy test which will prove of it is a false postive or not. good luck. Answered by Felicidad Roethler 1 year ago.

Highly unlikely due to the fact that the pregnancy tests show positive due to the hormones your body puts out usually only when you are pregnant. If you think that test may be wrong try another test or go to the doctor. Answered by Perry Shintani 1 year ago.

about ten yrs ago I took a test and it cam out positive and the next morning I took another one and it came out positive I went to the doctors and found out I was not pregnant my hormones were running high yes it can happen Answered by Francesco Manier 1 year ago.

It's highly lunlikely to get a false positive. get a nother test, or go to your local med emerge center and have a blood test done. they can tell you right then and there if you are pregnant. Those don't lie. Answered by Betty Aschbacher 1 year ago.

Unfortunately yes there is such a thing as a false positive. Go to your DR and have them run a Blood sample to check for pregnancy and to get a pelvic exam. Answered by Romaine Bogumil 1 year ago.

its very rare, but you can get a false positive, however most of them result from taking fertility medications that have hCG (pregnancy hormones). Unless you are taking these medications its very unlikely that you got a false positive. Answered by Neoma Jomes 1 year ago.

Sometimes in a test if you see the line or whatever some tests the line disappers. Your best bet is to take the test first thing in the am. Answered by Penni Vause 1 year ago.


I'm having sharp pains in my ovaries. What could it be?
The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings before. I haven't... Asked by Naoma Battee 1 year ago.

The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings before. I haven't started my period yet either and I should have started about a week and a half to 2 weeks ago. Is it something to worry about or should I just wait it out a few more days to see if it goes away? Answered by Krysta Gammond 1 year ago.

You could be ovulating late. That is usually the reason for ovaries to hurt. Each month your ovaries switch off and so you might only feel the pain on one side and next month it will be right side's turn. I usually only feel my right ovary. What Affects the Test Reasons you may not be able to have the test or why the results may not be helpful include: Taking the test very early in your pregnancy. HCG may not be found. In this case, the test kit may show that you are not pregnant when you really are pregnant. This is called a false-negative result. If you have drunk a lot of fluid, your urine may be diluted and this may also cause a false-negative result. Having soap in the urine collection cup. This may cause the test results to show that you are pregnant when you are not pregnant. This is called a false-positive result. False-positive results may also be caused by reading the test at the wrong time, letting the test equipment get warm, having protein or blood in the urine, or having hCG hormone in the urine from some other cause. Taking certain medicines, such as chlorpromazine hydrochloride (Thorazine) and methadone hydrochloride (Dolophine, Methadose). Taking fertility medicines that contain human chorionic gonadotropin, such as Profasi or Pregnyl. Not reading the result at the right time as shown on the instructions. If you read the result too early or too late, the color change may not be accurate and you will need to retest. Answered by Rosana Deodato 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: I'm having sharp pains in my ovaries. What could it be? The pain has lasted for about 3 days almost 4. The pain is mostly on the left side. I also noticed I have had to use the restroom alot more frequently. I took a pregnancy test yesterday and it came up negative. I don't really trust pregancy tests because they have given me false readings... Answered by Andra Lorquet 1 year ago.

It could be a cyst on your ovary, or an ectopic pregnancy. I would go to your doctor or a urgent care clinic. Pain is the body's way of saying "hey pay attention here!" Ovulation pain does not last for 3 or 4 days! Answered by Lovie Finni 1 year ago.

sharp pains ovaries Answered by Dillon Mont 1 year ago.

Where Are My Ovaries Answered by Shanelle Portee 1 year ago.

if theres any chance you could be pregnant and you are having that kind of pain and your period is late then you really should go to the ER. you might have a ectopic pregnancy. tubal pregnancys can test negative. I don't want to scare you but I wouldn't delay anymore. go to the ER tonight Answered by Rafael Latsko 1 year ago.

the sharp pains in your ovaries could be ovarian cysts, its very common and could stop you from ovulating correctly, my suggestion to you is that if your really concerned about this you should check with your OBGYN and have them help you with this, like i said it is very common in us to get these cysts, they might put you on a type of birth control to prevent these from happening as often. good luck with it. Answered by Lois Depping 1 year ago.

No worries, sometimes your period will be late and when it is the ovulation pains will be more intense than normal. Answered by Lee Wilsen 1 year ago.


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