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just wondering if you have a tubal litagation done and have been having regular periods than dont get one and is a week late with severe Back pain and bilateral side pain, and constantly going to the bathroom what this means. if you did a home pregnancy test and it came back negative and have a history of them coming back negative until your second trimester can you still be pregnant with maybe an ectopic or tubal pregancy.

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Although the chances are slim with a urine test performed at a doctor's office, it still can be possible to receive a negative result early in an ectopic pregnancy. If you used a home test the chances are slightly higher. If you think it is possible that you are experiencing an ectopic pregnancy, you need to go to the doctor or health department. An ectopic pregnancy can be very dangerous.


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can i still have a period with a ectopic pregnancy


No. It will still show as pregnant. Of course everyone is different, but I took two and almost immediately it said I was pregnant. A week later I found out it was ectopic.


Yes, it is possible to have an ectopic pregnancy after a vaginal hysterectomy if one or both ovaries are still present.


If a pregnancy starts to develop in the fallopian tube, it is known as an ectopic pregnancy. Ectopic means out of place.


Probably not. If you are in an ectopic pregnancy you will have lots of pain - even if you're only one month pregnant. The pain will be so bad that you'll be forced to see a doctor or go to the emergency room.


If it was an ectopic pregnancy, you would still show positive on a pregnancy test. Do you have any other pregnancy symptoms? I would not consider pregnancy unless you feel you may be pregnant from some other sign.



an ectopic pregnancy has the same symptoms and signs as a regular pregnancy and you still develop the hormones you would with a normal pregnancy. The human chorionic gonadotropin levels are what cause the pregnancy test to read positive. All pregnancies have hcg levels that should be doubling every other day in early gestation.. an ectopic pregnancy may test negative if taken too early, or too late because the body will eventually,(around 6-11 weeks) begin to try to expel the pregnancy when hormone levels begin to drop when the fetus is no longer viable and must be removed Hope it helps!


Yes it is possible, because say for example, you had an ectopic pregnancy in one fallopian tube, then you could still have a pregnancy in the uterus or another ectopic pregnancy in the other fallopian tube or somewhere else because the other fallopian tube is still carrying the egg down to the uterus.


Yes, you could be pregnant. Or you could have been pregnant and your second "period" was a miscarriage. Or you could be pregnant but experiencing an ectopic pregnancy, which is very, very dangerous and life threatening. If you haven't yet, purchase a home pregnancy test and take it. If it's negative, your worries are a little less. If it's positive, seek medical attention IMMEDIATELY. And above all else, for ongoing bleeding, do not hesitate to seek care from a medical practitioner, whether or not the pregnancy test is positive. Ectopic pregnancies occasionally elicit negative pregnancy tests, but are still possible. If left untreated, an ectopic pregnancy can result in loss of reproductive organs or even death.


Yes, it can. It is still a pregnancy, and does increase HCG levels


If you was to have an ectopic pregnancy, it would be from shortly after conception, ectopic pregnancy means the blastocyst has implanted outside the uterus (normally in the tubes), so when your due period has come normally a test would come up positive (as when it implants it still releases hcg), signs of an ectopic pregnancy are: bleeding/ spotting red blood/ or even just like a period, pregnancy test going fainter - instead of darker,pain in the left or right side near your ovaries. If you have any of these symptoms then I would seek medical advice asap, as an ectopic pregnancy is very serious, and if not treated/removed/terminated, then it could result in not being able to have children, internal bleeding etc.


If you have had your periods and a negative result, it is unlikely that you are pregnant


A urine test can give a negative result and the individual is pregnant. For complete accuracy you will have to take a blood test (pregnancy).



Yes, it will you are still producing the hormone. If you think that is what it may be,you need to be seen it can be very dangerous.


Will i be still be pregnant if i had a negative test result From Norena


If your tube was removed with the ectopic pregnancy it won't grow back. You should still be able to get pregnant via your other tube but if that wasn't an option, IVF would be available to you to get pregnant.


It is possible to have a small amount of bleeding each month and still be pregnant, but it would be unusual to have that combined with negative pregnancy tests as well. I'd say you wouldn't be pregnant.


No, a negative pregnancy test means the nausea is caused by something besides pregnancy.


I got a positive hpt when I was 4 days late with an etopic pregnancy. It depends on the sensitivity of the test and when you use the test.


It's not likely but you can still ovulate with only one tube and have a successful pregnancy!


The IUD does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test. If you have had negative pregnancy tests, the odds are very good you're not pregnant. If you doubt the result, wait for one or two weeks before retesting.



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