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My husband and I have finally decided to have a baby. It took us almost five years to become financially suitable for a house and a car, and now the child. We are both 32 years old so I am a bit worried for myself, will I be able to get pregnant. Anyway, we had a false alarm once, so I am curious. What causes false positives on a pregnancy test?

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To be honest, today's pregnancy tests are very accurate, and there are only few cases when the showed false results. Unfortunately, you are one of those. Several reasons for that: chemical pregnancy – basically, an early miscarriage (actually, statistics say that almost half of the first pregnancies end like this); missed reaction time – maybe you haven't read the results in the right time stated in manual; chemical interference – Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (used in treating infertility – can be the cause of wrong results).
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