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.
Getting a negative pregnancy once is fairly common, but if several tests come up negative, chances are you aren't pregnant. Instead you may be ill with something more like food poisoning. It's true that all of those are common symptoms of pregnancy, but the bleeding could have actually been your period. If it was, then you aren't pregnant. But if it wasn't your period, but instead vaginal bleeding (which is the term for pregnancy), then it's possible you are taking the test wrong and need a professional to administer one for you. You can have them done free or low cost at your local health department or Planned Parenthood. In theory, this should eliminate the 'human error' (provided they are properly trained - and careful). If you seriously think you could be pregnant, it's better to find out once and for all rather than wonder about it until you are showing (or not). So, go have it checked out. However, those all sound like you may have a temporary illness instead.
Its unlikely your pregnant but there is a possibility. So do a pregnancy test.
The instead cup is a menstrual device - not a pregnancy device.
There's nothing reliable, get a test instead. They sell over the counter, no big drama.
Teenage pregnancy goes basically the same as being pregnant at 30, you get pregnant, you tell people, you have the baby...Its just that you are 14(etc)instead of 30(etc)...
Maybe, you should check with a doctor though to be sure of things, instead of just relying on machines.
If urn bleeding while pregnant then u should go see a Dr. ASAP.! That is not normal
at any value! hcg is a hormone only produced by a pregnant or recently pregnant woman...that is to say is she had a miscarraige she could still be carring the hormone in her body but it will decreases over time instead of increase as it does with a normal pregnancy. Well, I had a miscarriage and the obgyn attending me said that an hcg level of 5 or below is considered a negative reading for a pregnancy. Therefore, once you reach that level, the pregnancy is definitely over.
No you have to have a guy stick his penis in your vagina(sex) to get pregnant
Carbocisteine should not be used in pregnancy. Instead you can use bromhexine. It is safe in pregnancy.
Not to scare you, but it is NOT normal to bleed when your pregnant. If your only bleeding a small amount, this could mean you have an ECTOPIC pregnancy where the egg fertilizes in the fallopian tubes instead of the ovary, and starts to grow: this will result in death of the baby, and possibly fatal to you, if not checked out soon enough. If you start to bleed more, this could be an unfortunate miscarriage.
Have you been to the DR. It may be possible that you could be pregnant and its an eptopic pregnancy.
my doctor now uses an ultrasound to confirm pregnancy at the first visit instead of just a pregnancy test or bloodwork.
It have happen and I'm sure it did to many womens out there. this means that the pregancy tests are not always right what you need to do is see a real doctor instead of at home using pregancy tester.
What would be the point? It'd test negative or nothing at all..
Yes and this is very common. It will feel like you have your period but, instead your pregnant.
It is possible to tell in a pregnancy test but Im not 100 percent sure. I would see your doctor instead for a pregnancy blood test.
Menopause is a completely different hormone compared to the pregnancy hormone. You wont get a positive on a pregnancy test during the menopause. The only time your get a positive is when HCG is in your urine and your pregnant. Menopause is not a hormone. Better literacy ("you will get a positive," instead of "your get a positive," "won't, instead of "wont," and "you're pregnant," not "your pregnant") as well as a citation to some medical authority would also help to improve this answer.
Yes you could be pregnant. Do a pregnancy test.
I am not a physician but I have had this problem. I was almost four months pregnant before I knew it because I had a period ALL NINE MONTHS! My doctor said that it wasn't common but not unheard of. He said it was probably because of my age (38) when I got pregnant and also that I was on a strong anti-biotic while taking "the pill." I would definitely talk with your doctor. It didn't have any effect on the birth of my daughter which we now refer to as our "miracle baby." I would visit a doctor immediately to find out why are you bleeding. Implantation Bleeding only occurs a week after conception, but low placenta's can cause bleeding so a lot of rest, no lifting and no exercise is recommended. If you are very early into the pregnancy then you may be lacking progesterone, doctors can provide you with medication which is safe to take whilst pregnant. answer Every women is different some women have periods while pregnant and not even know . you could go to the doctors and have a blood test to find out if your pregnant. I had Implantation bleeding 2 weeks after got my period I could be pregnant but instead I just ignore it my period pattern have change ever since I had implantation bleeding as well . Some women have periods in the first few months in pregnancy or throughout pregnancy from Pink Princess
Not nessicarily. That could just be the beginnings to your period. Abdominal pain and sore breasts are normal for that. Of course, if you've missed or are lare on your period, I'd suggest seeing a doctor. However, if you are pregnant, this could be a rare pregnancy called Ectopic Pregnancy. This is when the egg is fertilized in the fallopian tube and the cells attatch there instead of in the uterus. These are noticable when a home pregnancy kit announces a pregnancy but when the doctor's ultrasound shows nothing. An ectopic pregnancy has to be suspected in any woman with lower abdominal pain and/or unusual bleeding who is sexually active and whose pregnancy test is positive. These types of pregnancies can cause severe problems and can even be fatal if they're not caught earlier enough to save. An ectopic pregnancy has to be suspected in any woman with lower abdominal pain and/or unusual bleeding who is sexually active and whose pregnancy test is positive.
Maybe. Take a First Response 5 days sooner pregnancy test (voted #1 most accurate on the news) and if negative and still no period then retest 6 days later and if negative still then call your doctor and he'll do a blood test and take it from there. The only way to know if you're pregnant isn't by symptoms, it's by pregnancy testing and a blood test. Good luck and take care of yourself.
Commonly a serum pregnancy test is checked 14 days after egg retrieval in an IVF cycle. Sometimes if a patient performs a home pregnancy test at that time instead, it could read false negative even though she may actually be pregnant. This is because the home test cannot detect low levels of the HCG hormone, however a serum test can. For this reason most IVF centers advise against taking a home test
Most likely you are pregnant but to be sure take a pregnancy test and go to your doctor if you have pregnancy symptoms.