Home pregnancy tests measure the level of HCG in your urine. HCG is produced only after conception and doubles in strength every day during your first couple of months. Most tests will only begin to pick up the HCG at the time your period is due. It will be very faint as your levels are very low then. The line will become darker as the pregnancy pregresses. A very faint positive line will usually mean you are pregnant. This colour will darken if you take the test again in about a week's time.
Not likely. As long as your pregnancy test was not expired, and you performed it correctly, if you are pregnant, it will be positive. My first pregnancy test was positive BEFORE my period was late. See your doctor regarding your irregular periods if it concerns you. No rush.make sureNever trust home pregnancy tests you should see a doc.
You can know the pregnancy status before the due date of periods. It is expensive. There is no advantage to know it before ten days of missed periods.
Depends. Why aren't you having periods? A period is not necessary for pregnancy. Some women are "constantly" pregnant; that is they get pregnant after each birth before they have a period. (Each period is the result of not getting pregnant.)
ask your GP or get a cheap pregnancy test from your local pharmacy or shop and if you are pregnant congratulations
late periods is not the sign of pregnancy but no period is. enlarged breast are signs seen before periods.
Yes. If you see a positive, it is positive.
no it is not if your are pregnant the pregnancy is not progressed enough for back aches but keep a close eye for other symptoms
yes,ovulation can occur at any point in your cycle. Headaches are a common symptom of pregnancy. If you feel you may be pregnant you should take a home pregnancy test and/or see your doctor.
This can be confusing! The first week of pregnancy is actually considered to be the day of your last menstrual period, before you are technically even pregnant! You are actually two weeks pregnant when conception occurs, and generally four weeks pregnant before you can get a positive pregnancy test!
Most probably YES
well It's not necessary because during pregnancy you do not have periods.
if you have a period, you are not pregnant. don't, YOLO, be safe and use a condom.
You have no pregnancy symptoms before you are pregnant.
Periods stop immediately you get pregnant. Most women are fertile 12-16 days before a period is due. Although most women do not experience periods during pregnancy some women have periods the first couple of months, up to 6 or 7 months and in rare, throughout the entire pregnancy.
Early pregnancy feels just like your period is going to start. if your home test was positive, then you are pregnant. ~pawsalmighty
There have been certain RARE cases where the female continues getting her periods even when she is pregnant. A pregnancy tesc is the only way to make out.
There is no use of finding soon that you are pregnant. If you want pregnancy, you will take nine months to get the baby. If you do not want the baby, it is better to terminate the pregnancy after 15 days of missed periods. There are rather expensive tests, which will tell you about the pregnancy as soon as the pregnancy gets implanted. That is one week before your expected periods or 8 days after conception.
You can pregnant at anytime before after or during
Yes i certainly got a positive exactly 13 days after sex no other possible time before i couldve gotten pregnant
Then you're not pregnant. If you had had a positive pregnancy test before the bleeding it was probably a miscarriage, so you need to go and see your doctor
You normally get pregnancy as you attain the puberty. You may get the pregnancy before the periods to come. It is rare to get the pregnancy at the age of ten. But it is possible to get the pregnancy at this age also.
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
Pregnancy can accur anytime a women ovulates. A women can ovulate anytime of the month, even if they are on their periods!
Leave 8 days before the periods and 8 days after the periods, the gap between this is the unsafe period in which pregnancy is most possible. You can however get pregnant pretty much any day since a orgasm can make you ovulate again.
No. The hormones the pregnancy test is reading are only produced from pregnancy. Hello. The only thing that can cause a pregnancy test to read positive is pregnancy itself or HCG containing medication. If your not on medication containing HCG - and you got a positive - you're pregnant. Congratulations. See your doctor for confirmation.