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.
yes u can. some women go into there 3rd trimester before getting positive test results. also women can bleed in amounts as they while mensterating and with the same regularity as well hope this helps.
999 times out of 1000 period = not pregnant, especially if pregnancy tests are negative too. So you are not in the first trimester.
HI, I HAVE HEARD OF A WOMAN WHO HAD A PERIOD THROUGH OUT HER WHOLE PREGNANCY. SHE DIDN'T KNOW THAT SHE WAS PREGNANT UNTIL 9 MONTHS LATER. SO, MY ANSWER WOULD BE YES.
What is meant by repeatedly negative pregnancy results is that the person is not pregnant. The person is not going to have a child at this time.
The negative pregnancy test is the defining answer, regarding pregnancy - once your period is a week or so late - if you are pregnant, the hCG will be high enough to be detected.
maybe your pregnant, maybe your period cycle is changing
If you took a pregnancy test too early, you could have a false negative. There are seldom false positive's though.
Although rare both of these things are possible and seeing a doctor is prbably the best way to tell.
There are several things that can contribute to a negative pregnancy test even if you are pregnant. Some medications can give you a false negative, the timing of the test can affect the results. If you did not follow directions properly; if you let the test sit for too long the results may read negative after a while. It is important to read the results within the amount of time given on the instructions of that particular pregnancy test you bought
it is very possible you need to see your doctor. My cousin did not know she was pregnant until 5 months in because she was having periods! go see your doctor. it is also possible you could have miscarried
Pregnancy results from sexual intercourse.
It sounds as though your system is takingg a while to get back into gear after coming off the pill. Give it time. I would certainly say you are not pregnant. To echo the excellent answer already provided, I just wanted to clarify something you said in your question; the blood tests that we do for pregnancy do not just come back negative or positive--they tell the exact level of the hormone associated with pregnancy that is in the body. If it comes back at non-pregnant levels, the person is not pregnant. If you are trying to get pregnant, I'm sorry that it has not happened yet; sometimes it takes quite a while after stopping BCPs. Hope this helps! Dr. B.
I have had two children and both times my tests didn't show I was pregnant until I was atleast 3 weeks pregnant You usually aren't supposed to take a pregnancy test until your first missed period to get the best results.