yes providing you have not had a period. You can buy fertility thermometers which are sensitive enough to pick up the small rise in temperature when you ovulate. In Europe there is a device available called Persona which is marketed for contraception by telling you when you are fertile so you can avoid those times. However if you are trying for a baby you can turn it round and have intercourse when the device tells you you are fertile. I found this website which tells you about it in the US http://www.goaskalice.columbia.edu/1979.html However the article is from 2001 so things may have moved on since then. If you are very irregular your first step should be to go to the doctor and check that you are producing enough hormones for ovulation, as all the other things won't work if you are not. good luck
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 you may be
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.
I'd guess you aren't pregnant.
More than likely NO! My cousin was 6 months pregnant and her sister who was not took a pregnancy test to see if she were. The pregnant cousin got a negative result and the sister got a negative result. I would trust my doctor before a home pregnancy test. They do not always work.
It could be possible. Go to your dr and ask them to give you the blood test to check for pregnancy.
Yes. Home administered pregnancy tests can be administered wrong and lead to a false negative result.
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 pregnancy test will not result into negative unless it is sure that you aren't pregnant. A pregnant woman has HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin)in the urine, this is due to the formation of the placenta in an early stage of pregnancy. A pregnancy test detects the HCG in our urine and that is the positive result.AnswerThat is not true. I had 3 pregnancy tests come up negative and was Pregnant. Sometimes its just too early for a test to pick up the HCG.
A pregnancy test can only give you "a negative result" (probably not pregnant) or "a positive result" which indicates the likelihood of pregnancy. Only a blood test or physical examination can confirm a positive result (definitely pregnant). There are some conditions which have pregnancy symptoms, and very rare conditions under which pregnancy is not immediately detectable after fetal development begins.
Birth control pills do not have an effect on pregnancy tests.
Ovarian cysts can cause a false negative result. In the case a woman knows she has cysts or PCOS, and believes herself to be pregnant despite a negative result on a home pregnancy test, scheduling a blood test with her practitioner would be advised.
Yes, it is possible. There may not be enough HCG (pregnancy hormone) in your urine to trigger a positive result. To see if you really are pregnant, take another test :)
At 11 days pregnant, you wouldn't get an accurate result. It is best to wait until 2-3 weeks after sex. However, if you do take a pregnancy test and get a positive result, you are pregnant. False positives are very rare. The same cannot be said for a negative result.
If you've had one positive and one negative I suggest you get another test.
yes i would take another pregnancy test just to be sure.
Will i be still be pregnant if i had a negative test result From Norena
If you are not taking hormone supplements then you are pregnant. You can get a false negative, you cannot get a false positives.
Yes there are. Every pregnancy symptom is a result of the HCG hormone hun.
i would try another home test to be sure. the hormones that are used to identify pregnancy can be found sooner in the blood than in the urine.
Two weeks from last sexual intercourse encounter.
I think im pregnant because i took the test and they came back negative but the i was checking by sonogram and seened of what it look like a baby moving around in the lower abdomen
You will get a positive result if you are pregnant even after a tubal ligation. A pregnancy test tests for the Human Chorionic Gonadotropin Hormone. Or more commonly known as the HCG level. You could have a negative result and still be pregnant if it is too soon and your HCG level is too low. It does not happen often but there have been cases where woman have indeed become pregnant after a tubal ligation. Your best bet is to go see your doctor and get a blood test done. They are the most accurate even in the early stages of a pregnancy.
There is a small chance that a pregnancy test can result in a false negative. If you feel there is some doubt, take another test. It might also be a good idea to consider seeing a doctor.