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2015-07-14 15:56:13
2015-07-14 15:56:13

It sounds like you are pregnant again. See if they can do an ultrasound to see if they can see a baby or a heartbeat.

It is possible, crazy as it sounds, for a baby to survive a D&C! A number of cases have been documented.

Something else that is a possibility is that the pregnancy was a hydatiform mole, when the baby doesn't grow and everything else grows too much. If there was any tissue left behind it could continue to grow, causing positive test results. You would definitely need to see a doctor either way.

2/4/2010: It is INDEED possible. I, myself, am living proof. It happened to me as an embryo and here I am now. True story.


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Yes you can. Almost a third of all pregnancies end up in miscarriage and people get pregnant again after that.

If you got a positive pregnancy test you are almost definitely pregnant. There are a few rare meds taht will cause it but its very rare.

Yes if you had sex before your period came back. But remember that it can take the hormones almost 2 months to settle and during that time you can have pregnancy symptoms and show positive on the test.

You should take a test now if you are almost 2 months late. A pregnancy test usually shows positive if you are pregnant right after your period is missed.

Take a pregnancy test , and if positive go to the hospital .

Dangerous for you? No. Dangerous for the pregnancy? Yes. The cervix need to close and the uterus to heal first so you give the pregnancy the best chance you can since almost a third of all pregnancies end in miscarriage whether it's your first or third pregnancy or whether you've had a miscarriage or abortion before or not. Wait around 4 months until trying again.

Absolutely! Almost 1/3 pregnancies end in miscarriage and a huge majority of those women have children after.

Not necessarily. It is not uncommon to "spot" a little, especially that early in the pregnancy. If you continue to bleed in amounts similar to your normal menses it could be indicative of a miscarriage. Consult your OBGYN MD or midwife.

If your pregnancy test was positive, then you are almost certainly pregnant. Having your fallopian tubes tied is not a foolproof method of contraception - it has a 1 in 200 failure rate.

It is more likely for you ro get a false negative than a false positive. In other words, if you get a negative on a test, you could still be pregnant, if you get a positive test, you are almost 100% pregnant. Positive pregnancies are rarely wrong.

My understanding is that the tests do not always show positive when you are pregnant, but that they never show positive if you are not pregnant. In other words, if you have a positive test, you are almost certainly pregnant.

Yes it is possible. It is a really good idea to make a Dr appt. as soon as possible to find out for sure. Sometimes there might still be something wrong from the last pregnancy. It is better to be safe than sorry and get checked out. Good Luck.

Yes.. I took a pregnancy test and got a very very faint almost non visible pink line.. I was also confused so bought a digital test and low and behold pregnant.. My advice would be to buy a digital test because you are probably pregnant!!!

No its a sign of early miscarriage get checked sweetie

I am almost positive that it doesn't show hcg in a falsified pregnancy result.

you most likely had a miscarriage meaning your hgc levels(hormones that only come from being pregnant) were high enough to get a positive pregnancy test. however if you have a blood test done and they do not double in numbers or more within three days and instead are decreasing it is because your body started producing the hormone when you got pregnant but is now letting it go because of a miscarriage and there is no need for the hormone any longer.

This can happen almost immediately in pregnancy. Often times its a "sign" that you are pregnant.

So many times the zygote has defective chromosomes. It is possible that you get pregnancy almost every month after the marriage and the defective zygote goes out with your menses only. The normal or near normal pregnancy is preserved by nature. So you may not notice miscarriage of only about three weeks. It is not necessary to know the same. That is expensive and useless.

The pregnancy symptoms may or may not start by three weeks of conceptions. But the urine test of pregnancy is almost always positive by this time. You can repeat the same after three days, if negative. By that time it should be almost invariably positive.

I was almost 2 months pregnant and had cramps the whole time, i asked my doctor and all my friends who have been pregnant if it was normal to experience cramping and they all said yes. I started spotting and had my first miscarriage. I would go make sure everything is okay.

You miscarriage almost three ago and still lactating why?

Ask your doctor. No, not for sure. You could have a hormone imbalance. You definitely need to see a doctor.

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.

My choir teacher had a miscarriage almost 2 years ago and just gave birth to a little boy. I don't know anything other than that, sorry

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