How can one test positive on ovulation tests two weeks apart?


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2015-07-15 20:01:47
2015-07-15 20:01:47

It is possible you ovulated twice in the month - this is how fraternal twins come about. Two weeks is a long time difference - but not inconceivable (pardon the pun!).

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Clearplan ovulation tests are used to help a woman tell when its best in her cycle when she is most fertile. You count two weeks from the start of your period and start using the tests and it will tell you when your two most fertile days are, to try to conceive a baby.

Yes! I am 5 weeks now and knew a week after ovulation. I felt nauseous, and my breasts/nipples were sore. I had never felt like that. I took a test at 9 days past ovulation and got a positive!

almost 3 weeks. most prego tests say it will show positive 19 days afer conception. hope this helps

Ovulation takes place 2 weeks after the period.

a couple of weeks most likely!! with my first i was 2 & a half weeks, & my second i was 8 weeks.

Around 2 weeks but it is faint. A month will show for sure!

Blood tests and the better urine tests can pick up pregnancy 3 weeks after your last period. Most of the home tests will do so around the time your period is due. All of this assumes that ovulation was not delayed for some reason and occurred approximately two weeks after the last period.

It will depend on when you ovulated. Home pregnancy tests work best when used 14 to 16 days after ovulation.

This is normal. Women usually get cramps during ovulation and ovulation occurs a few weeks before your period

Using current tests, most patients will have a positive test within eight weeks. Delayed positive tests seem to be most common in those simultaneously infected with HIV and hepatitis C.

Stop taking more urine tests. Repeat the blood test in two weeks.

Well, a false positive is very uncommon however false negatives are a bit more common. I would say take 2 tests 2 weeks apart to make sure you've got an accurate result

After 4 weeks, you should have some positive result. Since you don't, assume that you are not pregnant and go back to the drawing board. Have you tried using a basal thermometer to monitor your ovulation? The directions are on the package insert.

my advice would be to wait roughly 3 weeks after you have had unprotected sex to try a home pregnancy test. if it is positive you have your answer. if the test reads negative dont worry about it wait another week and take another

Ovulation typically occurs about two weeks before the start of menstrual bleeding.

None, they should stay positive till a few weeks or months after you deliver.

Well, it's not after ovulation, it's after conception, but 2 weeks after conception at the earliest

Ovulation doesn't occur during menstruation, it typically occurs two weeks beforehand.

The typical menstrual cycle is 28 days long (4 weeks). Ovulation occurs half way through (2 weeks). At ovulation you are MOST likely to get pregnant.

THIS MEANS THAT THE OVARIES HAVE RELEASED AN EGG...OVULATION IS THE ONLY TIME OF THE MONTH FOR A WOMAN TO GET PREGNANT AND IF YOU HAVE SEX AROUND THAT TIME YOU CAN GET PREGNANT...SO WAIT ABOUT 2 TO 3 WEEKS AND THEN TAKE ANOTHER TEST...THE TEST WAS PROBABLY NEGATIVE BECAUSE OF THE FACT THAT YOUR HCG LEVEL WASNT HIGH ENOUGH TO DETERMINE PREGNANCY If you had sex three and a half weeks ago but ovulation occurred either the week before that, or the week before the test (not quite sure which from the wording of your question)then you will not be pregnant. You need to have sex within a couple of days of ovulation to get pregnant.

At six weeks, any prego test should read positive. That would indicate you were 4 weeks past ovulation and most prego tests detect pregnancy only 2 weeks after ovulation. If you are sure that your last period began 6 weeks ago, and your cycle is approximately 28 days (=you have a period once a month) you are probably not pregnant. If your periods are irregular, you could be pregnant because you may have ovulated late - in this case, you would not be "6 weeks pregnant" but you might still be pregnant, just not as far along as you think - but it's unlikely - because luteal phase defects, i.e, when you don't have monthly periods, usually indicate some type of infertility problem.

In general, no, but if your cycle returns to normal, you will not know it has until approximately two weeks after ovulation when your period arrives. Ovulation occurs about two weeks before a period.

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