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If at all possible, go to the doctor to be sure.

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A pregnancy test can show a positive result if you have miscarried. There is still enough hormone in your body to produce a positive result.


it is likely that you had a spontaneous miscarriage, which means you were pregnant but miscarried and that's why your hpt came out positive (the pregnancy hormone needs a while to get out of your system after having miscarried)


Will pregnancy test still read positive after miscarriage?


yes you can I miscarried the 27th of July and was pregnant by the 10th of august and had my daughter April of 2007.


No, if you're having a miscarriage, the pregnancy test will still be positive as you're passing the pregnancy.


A pregnancy test can remain positive for 2 weeks after a miscarriage. Sometimes longer.


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Once you have a positive diagnosis of pregnancy then losing the pregnancy is considered a miscarriage. ~pawsalmighty


Yes, because the pregnancy hormones are still in your body even after a miscarriage.


If you're having a miscarriage, your pregnancy test will be positive. Take a pregnancy test, and contact your health care provider if it's positive.


Having a previous miscarriage wouldn't change the outcome of a pregnancy test. ~pawsalmighty It may actually read a positive result if you miscarried early enough before. The length depends on how long you were pregnant. This is because your hormone levels are dropping but still exist; therefor a + reading will show up.


Pregnancy is rare when using the contraceptive implant. If you had a miscarriage recently, your pregnancy test will be positive.


after 10 days miscarriage pregnancy test is positive. what's my problem?


Yes you can. Pregnancy tests can come out positive weeks after a miscarriage. but you should still get checked by a doctor because you may have just been bleeding. you can't tell for sure if you had a miscarriage unless you see a doctor.


Not necessarily. The hormones that make a pregnancy test read positive stay in your body for a little while after a miscarriage.


Yes, if the miscarriage was recent then your hormone levels are still not back to normal and it could cause a false positive result on a pregnancy test.


Yes, if the pregnancy hormones haven´t left your body yet. It can take a few weeks.


If you are suspicious that you may have had a miscarriage, see a doctor immediately. An over-the-counter pregnancy test could still read positive after a miscarriage.


yes that's exactly what it is. the pregnancy hormone stays in your body for several weeks after a miscarriage.


I was 9 weeks and 1 day pregnant, i miscarried at 3 months but the baby had died at 9 weeks and 1 day, i had 3 positive pregnancy tests 2 weeks, 3 weeks and 4 weeks after i had a miscarriage. On the 5th week i had my period! Five days before my period i had a negative pregnancy result.


If you've having a miscarriage, your pregnancy test will be positive.



it depends how high were your hcg levels, i was about 5 weeks when i miscarried nd my hcg were at 880 now after 1 week my hcg gone down to 100 so it all depends..to get a positive your hcg levels should be higher then 4


Pregnancy on the contraceptive implant is rare. If you are pregnant or miscarrying, your pregnancy test will be positive.


I guess it depends how long after a miscarriage you test. But I have read that you will remain with a positive up to nine weeks after a miscarriage... but many times not that long.



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