thanks for the question. It would actually depend on the type of pregnancy test that you did. The quality of the test matters. I would suggest you go to a certified health centre and run a Blood serum Beta HCG
test. This test is more accurate and specific.
If it still turns out that way, you will be compelled to visit a radiologist
or gynecologist for an Obstetric ultrasound
. The ultrasound shall tell us exactly whether there is a pregnancy or not. At 2 months without months with no menses, the obstetric ultrasound shall be more specific.
Consult with your primary care
physician fro a beta HCG sensitive blood test
and a probable obstetric ultrasound to examine the contents of the uterus to be very sure.
Thanks and hope this helps,