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2006-08-24 20:49:48
2006-08-24 20:49:48

It sounds as though that may have been implantation bleeding. If it was a test should show up positive.


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Hello. Yes you could be pregnant. You can do a home pregnancy test now and it will be accurate. Good luck.

It is possible to be pregnant. Home pregnancy tests are not 100% accurate. The best way to find out would be to go to the doctor and get a pregnancy test.

Well, since you have had ALL the pregnancy symptoms and no period, you could be pregnant! But since your home pregnancy test was negative you couldn't be pregnant. You may want to go to your doctor and ask him if you are pregnant.

Yes as most urine pregnancy tests are now accurate these days, so it is very possible. If you want to be 100% positive go and have a hcg level drawn, this will be most accurate.

you could be. get a pregnancy test and check it out for sure.

If you had normal period (not short! not light!) - your chances for pregnancy are about 1%. If you had unusual period + pregnancy symptoms - you chances or pregnancy are 50%-60%.

It is possible to still have a period and be pregnant/ Having a heavy period while pregnant could mean problems with the pregnancy. If you suspect you may be pregnant, take a home pregnancy test.

Although pregnancy test are usually pretty accurate they are not 100% guaranteed, so yes you could be pregnant. I would suggest that you see a doctor.

You very well could be pregnant. Get a pregnancy test if your suspect pregnancy.

Most pregnancy tests are not accurate until you are at least 3 days late with your period. The pregnancy hormone could be too weak to be detected. Retake a test if you have not gotten your period on time. Good luck.

Yes, you need to take a HPT. Yes, its possible you could be pregnant. You can do a pregnancy test now and it should be accurate.

No you are definitely not pregnant. You will not have a heavy period and be pregnant.

A home pregnancy test is generally pretty accurate if used after the date of your expected period. If you had sex, you could be pregnant, but if you were worried about being pregnant you could unintentially cause the symptoms you are experiencing, as well as disrupting your normal cycle. Either way, grab a test just to be sure.

It is not uncommon to have a late period and if you took a home pregnancy test the results are not always accurate. Go see your doctor to be sure.

Your question is a bit confusing. If you have missed a period, then you could be pregnant. Perform a pregnancy test :-)

Not usually, it could implantation bleeding, take a pregnancy test if you think you are pregnant.

At least 14 days after intercourse. According to the ClearBlue pregnancy test accuracy results they are: 4 days before expected period= 51% accurate 3 days before expected period= 82% accurate 2 days before expected period= 90% accurate 1 day before expected period =95% accurate the day of expected period =99% accurate Also, you could take a pregnancy test or go to the doctor.

If you are having a regular period, why would you think you could be pregnant?

You could be pregnant, but probably not. It is completely normal for a womans period to arrive late, or sometimes the period goes on holiday for an extra month. Many things can cause these things to happen, but when it comes to second or third period, and they don't arrive, that is more of a sign you are pregnant. If you want a definite answer, go get a blood pregnancy test done, that test is 100% accurate.

yes you could be pregnant. home pregnancy test are not always accurate. i personally would wait to see if my period came on time. if not, then go to your doctor and ask them to do a blood test. or a urine test. either one is more accutate than a home test.

the "period"you thought you were having could be implantation bleed so yes you could be pregnant. just do a pregnancy test.

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