Hard telling really. I took 2 hpts before I started bleeding and they were positive. Then when I was bleeding I took 2 more and they were negative. Haven't gone to the doctor yet. So I'm not real sure if the blood interferes with the results or not. For a sure pregnancy test you should go to your doctor. .
If you were pregnant then you'd no longer have a menstrual cycle, if you don't understand that then you should in no way be having sex or sexually active to risk pregnancy. The menstrual cycle is your body preparing for possible pregnancy, when pregnant the cycle is shut down.
* Pregnancy tests are inaccurate on occasion, or you may be having symptoms of a false pregnancy. Also, additional stress can cause your menstrual cycle to be delayed. I would suggest going to a doctor and having another pregnancy test done. * It means the test may be wrong. See your doctor for a blood test. More accurate.
BV won't cause a false negative on a pregnancy test.
if the pregnancy test is neg. then ur not pregnant
No, a period and a negative HPT (used at the appropriate time) indicates no pregnancy.
if you are still getting your menstrual period there is a possibility of having a baby
No, UTIs do not affect the accuracy of pregnancy tests.
No, if you're having a miscarriage, the pregnancy test will still be positive as you're passing the pregnancy.
Common reasons for not having a menstrual cycle include menopause, pregnancy and after having a hysterectomy. Extreme weight gain or weight loss can also cause a menstrual cycle to stop. Certain types of birth control can also contribute to a lack of periods.
Having your period means you aren't pregnant
No it can not.
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Not sure about how it would affect the menstrual cycle, but if you have stopped having your period and think you may be pregnant, STOP taking Topomax. It has recently been linked to birth defects in women who continued taking it through pregnancy.
Yes, you can be pregnant. I had 2 home pregnancy tests that were negative. I had to have a Doctor do a Blood test to tell me the results. It could also be that you are having a unusual period.
Swollen toes and fingers is not a definitive symptom of pregnancy, especially early pregnancy! It is far more likely that it is a pre-menstrual sign-- that you are close to having a period.
Through an ultrasound.
From my understanding, having a negative blood type is more rare than having a positive one. if you are a female this type of blood could require certain actions to help you and your baby during pregnancy. While I don't have it, I do know people who have gone through a pregnancy with that help (a few injections) and it was no big deal.
The nurse takes some blood from a woman's arm and it is tested for the presence of certain hormones that indicate a pregnancy has occurred.
It is possible, but unlikely.
it's possible. depends on if you've stopped having your menstrual cycle or not. as long as your having a period, your ovulating. As long as your ovulating, you can get pregnant!
if you didnt miss your period your not prego
Regardless of menstruating or not your body will still have the hormones for a positive test.