If you took a pregnancy test and it come out negative your not pregnant you should see your doctor because you might be going though menopause.
It's possible but you have to wait two weeks after the unprotected sex to take a pregnancy test. You can still have your period after having unprotected sex and be pregnant.
Yes I was a month pregnant with my second child...I had a period that lasted 7 days. It was however, lighter than normal. So I went to the doctors who did a pregnancy test, which came up negative even though I was a month pregnant. It was the following period that I missed.
A period usually means no pregnancy, if you are unsure take a pregnancy test.
There are always pregnancy tests that can show up negative and you can still be pregnant. The best thing to do is check with your doctor and ask for a pregnancy test. Remember though even the doctor's test can even be wrong. There is not one single pregnancy test that is always 100% correct.
Though not often, women can still have a period when they are pregnant.
The bleeding, however slight, and the negative pregnancy test both indicate that no, you are not pregnant.
You are most probably not pregnant. even though you may have been.
Technically, yes. It is not uncommon, though, to feel morning sickness sometimes, even when you are not pregnant. Especially when you smell or feel something that reminds you of a previous pregnancy.
Yes. Take a pregnancy test
yes you can,i would get a pregnancy test.
it sounds as though you have some problem, not pregnancy. You would not be experiencing pregnancy symptoms a week before your period. See a doctor.
If you took a pregnancy test after a missed period and it was negative, then you are probably not pregnant. Of course, there is always a chance you're pregnant even if a test came back negative, but it is unlikely. If you want to be absolutely certain, visit your doctor's office and ask them to test for pregnancy with a blood test instead of a urine test. Then you will know for sure.
YES DEFINATLY. YOU CAN HAVE YOUR PERIOD THROUGH YOUR WHOLE PREGNANCY, THOUGH IT IS RARE. IT IS POSSIBLE.
Unlikely. If you miss your next period, take a pregnancy test
Though rare to experience a period while pregnant, you should still be able to get an accurate answer about six weeks from your previous period. My experience is, I took a generic pregnancy test and got a false negative. so I suggest Answer or first response.
I was planning my pregnancy and when i was due for my period i began to get crampy so i though we had failed...when actually i was pregnant. this me be the same case for you.
Some symptoms for pregnancy and menstruation are similar. If you now got your period, and sometimes it's late/early, and all the tests said negative, it doesn't sound like you are pregnant. You can take new tests in a few days though when you period is over.
Its possible you may be pregnant but its difficult to say unless you miss your period. If you miss your period then perform a pregnancy test.
usually no you can't. However I know that when my mom was pregnant with me she did some how get here period the first month of pregnancy, i think that is very unusual though.
It is possible to experience bleeding during early pregnancy. However a normal period like bleed is usually not related to pregnancy. Yes. though not common, you can still have your period while pregnant. Go to your doctor, health clinic, or take a pregnancy test to confirm. If you are pregnant, you will need prenatal care.
Yes, you can. The doctor is only 96% accurate, though it is unlikely
It is possible to take a pregnancy test and have it not show up as positive even though you are pregnant. If you have take the test too soon it will show up as negative. They have a new test out that detects the pregnancy 5 days before your missed period. Even that could appear negative if takent too soon if you know when your next period might be try to schedule it around then, even if that one appears negative there is two tests in the box and you can take another on after a few more days. Though pregnancy tests are usually accurate they do not make up for a doctors examination. You may have taken an pregnancy test and have had it be negative and a few weeks down the road you are for sure pregnant, this could be due to hormone levels being off when the test was taken. So if you have taken the test and it was negative and you feel you might be pregnant just watch for the common signs nobody knows your body better than you do.
It is extremely unlikely. A 7 week pregnancy would easily be detected by an hpt at this point.
The home pregnancy test are pretty good, so it seems unlikely. Don't assume you're not until you've checked with your OB-GYN, though.