Not necessarily. The hormones that make a pregnancy test read positive stay in your body for a little while after a miscarriage.
Absolutely! While birth control does not affect the accuracy of a pregnancy test, the body will still have some pregnancy hormone (hCG) that will show up in blood or urine pregnancy tests even after a miscarriage. As the levels drop, the test will eventually become negative.
yes. a pregnancy test detects specific hormones that are only present if you're pregnant. when you have a miscarriage, it takes a while for your body to realize you're not pregnant anymore, and then the hormones take time to disappear. at least a week.
Miscarriage is a common problem in pregnancy. Chlamydia does not appear to increase the risk of miscarriage. However, it could happen with or without chlamydia infection.
If it's a miscarriage, you'll have a positive pregnancy test. But bleeding isn't normally a sign of pregnancy, and you didn't mention being pregnant. It sounds like sex and its consequences are causing you a great deal of stress. Consider abstaining for at least a while as you get control of your health.
It is possible that you are having a miscarriage. You need to go to hospital at once
Yes. This is because it takes a while for your hCG levels (the hormone detected by home pregnancy tests) to drop low enough to show a negative, especially if you were very far along. If you think you are having miscarriage contact your doctor right away and go the the ER.
Wait a few weeks to take a pregnancy test after a miscarriage. It will take a while for the pregnancy hormone to get out of your system, so a test will show up positive even if you are not pregnant. Hope this helps. And I am sorry for your loss.
it is likely that you had a spontaneous miscarriage, which means you were pregnant but miscarried and that's why your hpt came out positive (the pregnancy hormone needs a while to get out of your system after having miscarried)
Not exactly. Some women have bleeding in the first month of two of pregnancy, but it is not technically a period. Also, if you have heavy bleeding during pregnancy, you might actually be having a miscarriage.
You can have a miscarriage at any time during a pregnancy.
It is possible, but the bleeding could also have been from implantation bleeding. A pregnancy test will show positive for a while after a miscarriage because your body has not rid itself of the HCG (pregnancy hormone) levels yet. The further along you were, the longer a pregnancy test will show positive. I would still be on the lookout for any symptoms of pregnancy, continue taking your prenatal vitamins (or at least folic acid), refrain from alcohol and tobacco and caffeine then in a couple weeks take another test and see. Or you can go to the doctor to either confirm pregnancy or miscarriage.
The period can be late without you having a miscarriage. It happens from now and then. If you had a miscarriage the test will show positive for a little while longer since it takes time for the hormones to settle.
If an accidental pregnancy occurs, the Nuva Ring should not cause a miscarriage.
Pregnancy is not likely if you are using Depo Provera as directed, getting your shots on time. Depo Provera does not cause miscarriage or affect a pregnancy if you accidentally get it while you're pregnant or get pregnant while using it.
Pregnancy tests simply "look" for the presence of a hormone that is present when a pregnancy has occurred. After a miscarriage, a pregnancy test may remain positive for a while until all of that hormone has disappeared below the level the test needs to be positive. A blood (serum) pregnancy test (that you can obtain at a physician's office) can tell about how far along a pregnancy is, and this can be compared to how far along the person should be; the test results will drop in number over time if a miscarriage occurs until it reaches 0. How long it takes the hormone to leave the system is highly variable from several days to several weeks. Hope this helps! Dr. B.
Hi there. Its unlikely to be a miscarriage hun. Your most likely experiencing heavy break through bleeding or the dosage of pills aren't strong enough and this can also cause bleeding and sharp tummy pains. But to be certain about the pregnancy, buy a pregnancy test and do it. Do it while your bleeding and if its positive go to hospital for a scan.
Start of a miscarriage, you have.
It depends. I know this is likely not what someone who is hoping to be pregnant after a miscarriage wants to hear but there isn't a definitive answer since it depends when the miscarriage happened (how far along was the woman?) and also how long it takes for the hCG (the pregnancy hormone detected by pregnancy tests) to leave her system. If a woman is wondering if a positive test is indicating the hormones left by a miscarriage or is a sign of a new pregnancy, she should go to her doctor or midwife for a quantitative (not qualitative) blood test or an ultrasound. A quantitative blood test will measure how much hCG is in her system while a qualitative blood test will do the same thing a urine test does -- say whether or not there is any hormone there. An ultrasound will examen the contents of the uterus to see if there is an embryonic sac or missed particles from the miscarriage.
Your hcg levels take a little while to go back to normal which is why you are still seeing a positive. I wouldn't recommend testing for a while. Sometimes it can take a couple of months to go back to normal. Don't do that to yourself.
Yes just like after any pregnancy regardless of how it ends you will have the pregnancy hormones a while longer until they settle and the test will show positive.
it could mean you are having an abnormal pregnancy...this is when you occasionally have spotting or an actual period while you are pregnant...if your test is still positive then you should go to the doctor.
Yes, especially if you just had a miscarriage. Good luck and God Bless:) I am sorry for your loss. Yes you can still "feel" pregnant for quite a while after a miscarriage because the HCG (pregnancy hormone) takes a couple of weeks to go down to normal (less than 5) so depending on how far along you were in your pregnancy your levels could remain high (but dropping) for a couple of weeks. slowly they will start to disappear. Good luck to you.
no .....it is not a sign of pregnancy do not worry...