A missed period and positive pregnancy test are typical signs of pregnancy. Stomach pain can have many causes. If you have abdominal pain and a positive pregnancy test, call your health care provider today.
Sudden loss of pregnancy symptoms, abdominal pain, back and/or shoulder pain, cramping, bleeding, pregnancy tests going from positive to negative.
Signs of pregnancy are a missing period and positive pregnancy test. Lower back pain and pain in the abdominal region are not signs of pregnancy. See your healthcare provider for accurate diagnosis.
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! :)
A missed period and positive pregnancy test are signs of pregnancy. Nausea, bloating, and lower abdominal pain are more likely to be signs of acute gastroenteritis. Take a pregnancy test.
The you need to go and see a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor).
Ok... if you have an ectopic pregnancy, it is possible that a home pregnancy test (any brand) shows positive [when a woman has an ectopic pregnancy, it does NOT always show as positive]. It did show positive in my case. BUT, it will NOT tell you you have an ectopic pregnancy. What you feel physically will tell you if you have an ectopic pregnancy; bleeding (different degrees), abdominal pain (severe to light), dizziness, rushing to the toilet (diarrhoea...) feeling faint or even fainting (then, it is an emergency of higher priority [tube ruptured and abdominal internal bleeding], irregular heart beats (palpitations), hot flushes, etc. The symptoms might start showing weeks after becoming pregnant.
The normal signs of pregnancy are 1) late period 2) positive pregnancy test. Look to those first; abdominal tenderness is not a sign of pregnancy.
Back pain and abdominal pain are not symptoms of pregnancy. A missing period and positive pregnancy test are signs of pregnancy. See your primary care provider to find out what is causing symptoms severe enough to send you to the ER.
An ectopic pregnancy has to be suspected in any woman with lower abdominal pain or unusual bleeding who is or might be sexually active and whose pregnancy test is positive http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ectopic_pregnancy http://www.womens-health.co.uk/ectopic.asp
Internal hemorrhage, shock, infection, loss of a fallopian tube / ovary and severe pain are all risks of a ruptured ectopic pregnancy. If you are having lower abdominal pain, spotting, or bleeding after a positive pregnancy test you need to be seen by a doctor.
Slight bleeding is common during early pregnancy. If the bleeding becomes very heavy or you experience abdominal cramping then this is a sign of a miscarriage. See your doctor for confirmation of the pregnancy via a blood test.
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.
If you dreamt about having a positive pregnancy test, it signifies that you are indeed pregnant.
Will pregnancy test still read positive after miscarriage?
Could be many things, but most serious possibility is a TUBAL PREGNANCY, this can be life threatening so get it checked out now.
You should go see an OBGYN.
Yes you can....I have unfortunately had two ectopic pregnancies and tested positive for both.....
No, UTI does not cause a false positive pregnancy test. Pregnancy tests are very specific to hCG (the pregnancy hormone), if the test reads positive you are pregnant.
A positive multiple is one where the result of the multiplication is greater than zero.
No, a positive pregnancy test is the sign of pregnancy on the IUD.
No, a positive pregnancy test is a sign of pregnancy on the IUD
No, because the test reads positive only for a horomone that is present in pregnant women. So if a test is positive, it detected that PREGNANCY horomone in your urine
A positive pregnancy test is an indication of pregnancy. See your health care provider.
Yes just like after any pregnancy regardless of how it ends you will have the pregnancy hormones a while longer until they settle and the test will show positive.