Are you cramping and how heavy are you bleeding? These would need to be looked at first all I can say is that when I took my test at the docs office with my 3rd child I was bleeding and it was posative. I on the other hand spot very heavy on and off the first 3 months of prgnancy. Everyone is diffrent you might want to consult your doctor.
yes u are pregant
It could have been a chemical pregnancy, when your body thinks it is pregnant but the embryo did not fully implant.
oh yes.. a positive test is a positive test. I wonder if they tested before you started the Provera.. you are pregnant, the question is.. how far pregnant. The OB/GYN will most likely order an ultrasound to date the pregnancy. ~pawsalmighty
I am a nurse so I can honestly tell you that some woman get their periods even tho they are pregnant. You can also get spotting during the first couple months of pregnancy which can seem like a period depending on the amount of blood. If the pregnancy test said positive, then the chance that you are actually pregnant is about 95%. If you are unsure, go to your doctor and request a hospital pregnancy test, then you will know for sure.
if ur on a female contraceptive this can act the same hormone wise into fooling ur body into thinking its pregnant , giving a false positive pregnancy test.
Not necessarily. It's possible to have your menstruation and still be pregnant. The best thing to do is go to the doctor for a pregnancy test to be sure.
If your periods have started after stopping Depo Provera, you're certainly at risk for pregnancy. Signs of pregnancy are missing periods and a positive pregnancy test.
Pregnancy signs are absent period and positive pregnancy test. If you think you might be pregnant, take a test. If you're not pregnant and don't want to be, start using a method of pregnancy prevention today. Your local family planning center should be able to get you in for a same-day appointment for a pregnancy test, and get you started on prenatal vitamins if you're hoping for pregnancy, or get you started on birth control if this isn't the right time for you.
Your pregnancy is considered to have started on the first day of the cycle in which you got pregnant. Since most women have a 28-day cycle and they conceived around the 14th day, you are technically considered 2 weeks pregnant at the time of conception. Therefore, by the time you find out you are pregnant (you've noticed you missed your period, pregnancy test is positive) you are considered about 4 weeks pregnant. hope this is what you were looking for.
Not very likely. But you should take a pregnancy test after the bleeding stops.
It depends on your cycle regularity. Are you frequently late? You could be pregnant. Go to the doctor and get an hcg titer. I was a little late for my cycle last month. I thought I was pregnant and it turned out to be just a chemical pregnancy - where your body just thinks you are pregnant and you are not. I even had a positive pregnancy test. My period started shortly after.
Yes you still could be pregnant as pregnancy tests sometimes come out wrong, although if you have taken several tests it is unlikely that if you were pregnant they would all come out wrong. I would see a doctor and they will be able to give you the right information.
It's very hard to get a false positive result on a pregnancy test. The bleeding might be implantation bleeding. You should consult your doctor, and maybe take another home test once the bleeding stops.
Nausea can be caused by many conditions and medications, including the birth control patch and pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test if you think you're pregnant. If it's negative, restart the birth control patch.
It is possible to continue your periods even if you are pregnant, however it is rare. To be on the safe side i would suggest taking another pregnancy test
It really depends on how long after the bleeding you had the blood test. If you had the blood test within 5 days after the bleeding and it was negative then its possible you wasnt pregnant. But if you had the blood test less than 5 days after the bleeding and it was negative, then you was not pregnant. But a pregnancy test should only go positive when HCG has been detected and this is only during pregnancy.
If you started to bleed soon after, then there is a possibility that you could of had a miscarriage. Pregnancy tests are not always acurrate though and that could of been the problem. If it was a miscarriage then I would go and see the docter, because you should get cleaned out nad the docter will tell you if you really were pregnant or not.
Why dont you see your OBGY consultant?
When you started bleeding.... was this the normal time for your period to start? Was it light spotting and is that what made you think about taking the pregnancy test? Without knowing these answers, it's kinda hard to say. However, if you took a home pregnancy test and the results were positive, there is an extremely great chance of being pregnant. Usually with those tests, they say that a negative result is what is more likely to be wrong than a positive one. However, it could also be that you were pregnant and still have high enough levels in your urine to make the pregnancy test positive. Your best bet is to see a doctor to be sure... one way or another, that's the best way to know for sure. Good luck!
You could be. You should go see your doctor and get a blood test to know for sure.
Home pregnancy tests work by the detection of the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in a the test subjects urine. If you test positive from a pregnancy test you are most likely pregnant (they are over 97% accurate). However, there is a low false positive rate and that could be the case in this instance. If it has been more than 14 days since you had the sexual intercourse that you want to see made you pregnant then simply take another test, or see your doctor for a blood test. In the event the second test shows you are not pregnant you could have simply not been pregnant and had a false positive, or miscarried a very early pregnancy. If you are trying to get pregnant, miscarriage of a pregnancy isn't uncommon, and while it is discouraging it does not mean you will continue to have problems getting and staying pregnant. Talk about this with your physician, if you are worried or concerned about it. If you are not wanting to be pregnant and you don't know what to do to prevent an unwanted pregnancy your health professional can advise you on that as well.
you are pregnant but be very carefull you might have a miscarriage
It really depends on if the person has started their Menopause yet, because if they have; it is impossible to get pregnant. If the person is in their 40's and hasn't started their Menopause then it is possible to still get pregnant.
It depends on the blood if it was a heavy long period then you probably arent, but if it was a light brown/pinkish blood then it might be implantation blood meaning you are pregnant