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  • I'm pretty sure alcohol affects the number of pregnancy tests purchased.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 12:58pm
  • i had that same question the other day! and no one could answer it. =( does anybody know???

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 12:39pm
  • As a smart person here, alcohol does affect pregnancy tests. Normally makes them positive.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 2:12pm
  • Probably not, but the kid is going to be retarded.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 12:39pm
  • it says it on the instructions thing in the fine print, I would know because i've had that same question...go figure

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 5:17pm
  • I once texted cha cha to ask if I could take a tylonal while drunk... and they texted back saying "alcohol and illegal drugs should not affect your home pregnancy test results"..... uhhh...not quite what I was looking for but OK... Now you know.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 9, 09 at 8:01pm
  • I'm pretty sure alcohol isn't good for the future degenerate you may be carrying.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 1:41pm
  • Yes, physicians do read it. Me and my partners laugh our asses off to this site all the time. But seriously, alcohol will not effect the amount of HCG (pregnancy hormone) in your urine, or the way it bonds to the anti-HCG antibodies on the pregnancy test. Sorry.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 3, 09 at 8:55pm
  • wait.... gynecologists read tfln? i call shennanigans

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 5:02pm
  • hahahahahahahhaha loves it

    Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 7, 09 at 12:53am
  • I don't think so. Pregnancy tests check hormone levels. I don't think alcohol affects that.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 12:40pm
  • Yup lot's of professionals read this. My friend is a licensed therapist and I'm a neuroscience researcher. Believe it's still hilarious and definitely makes me feel better about my life! And no of course it doesn't influence the accuracy of the test. Here's hoping if your asking the question it turns out negative.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 7, 09 at 12:11pm
  • In a manner of speaking, yes, of course it does. But in the way YOU'RE thinking? No.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 3:10pm
  • weird... my roommate just asked me this the other day. why does everyone want to take them when they're drunk?

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 3:31pm
  • As a gynecologist I can officially say No.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 1:48pm
  • You're right 12:47, special.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 12:48pm
  • No it does not, but save the celebratory thank-god-it's-negative shot until after you take the test.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 2, 09 at 6:46pm