some pg tests work by detecting a hormone level of 25, some higher, say 50 for example. if your level is around the 25 mark (early pg), you might get a faint + with one test, but test - on another. only true way of telling is with a blood test as being 2 weeks late, in theory, you should be testing well + by now.
good luck with whatever happens, and fingers crossed you are pg.
when a preg test says 99% accurate it means that Positive results are 99% accurate i.e very unlikely to get a false positive but it is possible to get false negatives due to testing too soon or human error. I would say that 2 tests saying yes would indicate pregnancy as the GP will have used tests with the same accuracy as yours.
Same thing happened to me on my 1st i didnt get a positive result from the doc til i was 4months gone already he kept saying i just had a water infection only i knew different so eventually took myself off to another doctor and was booked in to have a scan straight away which told me what i already knew that i was 4 months gone but i did have low hormone levels
Hi Iamconfused - I don't want to scare you but I MC at 6 wks - I got BFP at 1 week overdue, went to see doc, then the following week I just stopped feeling pregnant (if that makes sense) did a test and BFN. Next day started spotting - but no heavy bleed, no pain. few days later had early scan which showed complete MC.
So - my theory is that you could have been preg, but possibly had very early MC.
And just to reassure you, I also felt definitely pregnant but when GP said it was a big fat negative I felt like I'd made it all up or must have lost the baby - and was pretty upset - but then did another test the next day and it proved him wrong. He tested me last thing in the afternoon and I'd had a big glass of water to make sure I could pee and it diluted the hormones right down. I tested again right in the morning and bingo. I think NHS tests are not as accurate as the more expensive ones you can buy yourself.