Unfortunately there is no clear or accurate way to tell which person (yourself or your friend) is pregnant.
A pregnancy test may only be used once. You and your friend need to purchase 2 separate pregnancy tests and use one each. Read the instructions prior to this, and you will find out if you're pregnant.
If the test turns positive, then you must make a appointment with your doctor to confirm the pregnancy.
You are really pregnant
If a pregnancy test comes out positive. Although, pregnancy tests aren't always 100% accurate.
When there is no menstruation,pregnancy test comes out positive,baby in the ultrasound and heartbeat of the baby.
Not necessarily. The hormones that make a pregnancy test read positive stay in your body for a little while after a miscarriage.
The ClearBlue pregnancy tests are 95% of the time accurate. If it comes back positive, then you are definitely pregnant, however if it comes back negative you may still be pregnant, so you may have to take it again in a few days.
If a pregnancy test comes out positive you are pregnant. That is your best way to tell because stress can often cause you to miss your period.
Wait a few days and take another test. If you still aren't sure, go see a doctor. But odds are, if you got one positive, you're pregnant. It's very unlikely to get a positive and not be pregnant. It's more common to get a negative and be pregnant.
Typical pregnancy tests become positive ten to twelve days after sex.
It is very rare that a pregnancy test would come up positive if you weren't pregnant, because it detected HGC in your urine. In most cases if a HPT is wrong it comes up negative. If your period was irregular and you had a positive result you are most likely pregnant. I would try another test, or go see a doctor and request a blood test.
Perform another pregnancy test
Not likely, but another test wouldn't hurt.
by taking a pregnancy test
Yes you could still be pregnant. You can even still have your period when you are pregnant. If you haven't already taken a pregnancy test you might want to. I had a friend who had her period 7 of the nine months
You could be pregnant. Consider waiting another 4-5 days to see if your period comes. If it does not, see your doctor for a Urinary Pregnancy Test for verification. Your doctor will advise you with pre-natal care.
A missed period, or amenorrhea, is a very poor indicator of pregnancy. A missed period may be simply due to stress, or a sudden change in life style. If you think that you may be pregnant the best thing to do is to either take a home pregnancy test, or consult your physician. But please remember that a positive pregnancy is only considered a probable sign of pregnancy. The only positive signs of pregnancy are audible fetal heartbeats, fetal movement felt by an examiner, and ultrasound visualization of a fetus. So if your test comes back positive you may not actually be pregnant, and the same logic is true of a negative pregnancy test.This link may be helpful to you. http://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-topics/pregnancy-4250.htm
Well to start have you missed a period? If so for how long? Are you on birth control? If you are on birth control you're not pregnant. If you are not on birth control take a pregnancy test, start there if it comes back positive go to your OBGYN and have them take a blood pregnancy test that will definitely tell you if you are or you aren't. Pregnancy symptoms don't mean squat half the time anymore. Half the women who have pregnancy symptoms turn out not to be pregnant.
You differentiate pregnancy nausea from non-pregnancy nausea by taking a pregnancy test. And if it comes out negative your "not" pregnant.
I would go and get a home pregnancy test, take it, If it comes back positive, obviously youre pregnant.f it comes back negative, go to a doctor ASAP.
You wait. If you have your period, you're not pregnant. If you don't, then you have to buy a pregnancy test to find out if you're pregnant or not.
Pregnancy tests measure the level of hcg in your body. When you are pregnant, and as your pregnancy progresses, your hcg level rises. When you take a urine pregnancy test and it comes back negative, the level of hcg is not high enough to register on the test. When the quantitative serum pregnancy test is positive, it is a more acurate reading of how far along in your pregnancy you actually are.
No birth control method, save abstinence, is 100% effective. If, after a light or missed period, you take a pregnancy test and it comes back positive, you're probably pregnant.
If sperm makes it into you, then you can get pregnant. Any amount of sperm can cause pregnancy.
yes of course. you probably most likely are pregnant than not.. its very rare for a pregnancy test to come back positive when its ment to be negative. However, if a negative comes back this happens a lot due to not enough hcg in your wee. Go to the doctors
There are very few reasons for a positive pregnancy test 1) you are pregnant 2) you've had medication that has the HCG hormone in it (infertility drugs normally) 3) you read the test after the time allowed in the instructions so now the result doesn't count 4) chemical pregnancy (results in early miscarriage) 5) an HCG producing tumor.. very rare having an irregular cycle won't make you have a positive test when you are not pregnant, most likely you are indeed pregnant ~pawsalmighty
either you are not pregnant or you tested too early.