Thanks for posting your question to Health Care Magic,Human Chorionic Gonadotropin
) start rising just after egg fertilization and attachment to uterine, since then the placenta forms and begins to produce HCG. Then HCG arrives in blood and urine. HCG doubles about every 2-3 days in early pregnancy
Measurement of urine HCG is called qualitative method while blood test
is named quantitative. Urine test is usually about 95-97% accurate after first day of missed period. Some days later the accuracy is about 99%. Please notice that in ectopic pregnancy HCG increases at a slower rate than standard level. After 1.5 - 2 months of pregnancy it decreases.
There are many issues may mimic a negative pregnancy test while you are pregnant including:
1. Complicated pregnancy can disturb the amount of HCG.
2. Very diluted urine because of medications such as diuretics or drinking too much water before test.
According to your chief complaint and my experience, to rule out unforeseen events such as ectopic pregnancy and so on, my recommendations are:
1. Take a quantitative test (Blood test).
2. Perform an obstetric ultrasonography
to distinguish normal pregnancy.
You may demand more health care and follow up after visiting your doctor specialist and viewing tests results.
Hope you get fine soon,