A low specific gravity indicates that a sample has been tampered with. Specific gravity is the indicator that there is way too much water in the urine to obtain an accurate measurement of what is actually contained in the urine. Labs want to test urine, not water. If the levels are too far outside of the normal range, the specimen is reported as Diluted. If the specimen is so far outside the normal range for human urine or it contains a foreign substance that cannot possibly be human, it is reported as Adulterated. An adulterated result is the same as a positive result.
I have been tring to have a baby for 11 months . I got of my birth control 11 months ago an january an febuary were my only regular period since I was on birth control . Im 20 & was on birth control since I was ten . Can that cause me not to ovulate . I used an ovulation calender an it said I would ovulate on the 28 . The first day of my last period was the 16 of febuary an lasted 6 days . Me an my husband have had intercourse on the 23 , 25 , 26 & we will the 27 & the 28 , what are my chanve of gettin pregnate , if I even can :/ please help me !!