If you ovulated late, then it's possible you are testing too early. Cramping is a sign of your period getting ready to start, but it's also a sign of implantation, you don't start producting the pregnancy hormone until implantation of the fertlized egg into the lining of the uterus, then it takes a few more days for the hormone to start showing up in your blood/urine. ~pawsalmighty
If you're on the birth control pill and had a negative pregnancy test, it is not likely you are pregnant.
If you are on your period and u take a pregnancy test and its negative maybe you tested too early, your not pregnant or your eggs aren't coming together fast enough to tell if your pregnant or not .
Two negative tests would indicate that you probably are not.
hCG is in pregnant mothers.It is tested to identify pregnancy.
Yes you could have tested too early. Go to your doctor and they may give you a blood test to confirm pregnancy.
Don't risk it, see a doctor.. Pregnancy tests aren't always exact.
yes, you are pregnant!
No but you should avoid it if pregnant since it is not tested on pregnant women.
hCG is the hormone.It is tested for pregnancy
Then it's unlikely you're pregnant
A test coming out positive means that the test found whatever it was looking for. A test coming out negative means it didn't find anything. Like a pregnancy test coming out positive means a good chance of the person tested being pregnant. Negative means there are no signs of pregnancy in the tested substance.
Yes, lower abdominal cramping is a pregnancy symptom. You can feel crampy, exactly like you would before your period. I felt crampy for three or four days and then tested positive! :)
yes. get tested
If you are convinced you are pregnant after you have taken a home pregnancy test that came back negative you should go to the doctors and be tested there. Some home pregnancy tests are not always correct so you could switch brands and try again. But my advice is go to your doctors to find out or sure.
To be positive- go see a doctor for a test.
A woman that I know tested negative when she took a name brand test when she was over a month pregnant. It wasn't until she was 2 months pregnant that it showed up as a positive result. So, I would say, "yes" some people do test negative while they are pregnant.
Yes you can be, but could be experiencing a spontaneous abortion. Sometimes there is a problem and the body will abort it.
Yes, urine tests can (rarely) give a false negative, especially if you took the test very early in your pregnancy. Get another test done.
If you took a pregnancy test after a missed period and it was negative, then you are probably not pregnant. Of course, there is always a chance you're pregnant even if a test came back negative, but it is unlikely. If you want to be absolutely certain, visit your doctor's office and ask them to test for pregnancy with a blood test instead of a urine test. Then you will know for sure.
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No test is guaranteed to be 100% accurate, however, the normal cause of a negative pregnancy test is that the person being tested is not pregnant.
This could be a sign of pregnancy, It would be classed as a very early pregnancy and it would be best to wait until you are next due for your period and if you don't come on and your test is still negative then it is recommended to go to your g.p
Hello. Yes it is possible to have pregnancy symptoms and have a negative pregnancy test. If you are pregnant the test is probably coming out negative because you dont have enough HCG in your system or you have tested too early. The best thing to do is see your doctor for a Beta HCG Quantitative pregnancy blood test. This test will tell you without a doubt if you are pregnant or not. Its the most accurate pregnancy test available and you must see your doctor for this test. Good luck. Recommend me if I have helped you.
If you tested too early, yes.. it's best to wait until your period is late before testing, if you have very regular cycles, and tested after you are late and got a negative, then you probably are not pregnant, you can ask your docotor for a blood test if you want a second opinion. ~pawsalmighty
I would not stress about it. My breasts are only tender for a few days and then that goes away. As for the cramping, it could have been implantaion cramping which would not last long either.