It is not likely. The earliest an ultrasound can usually detect pregnancy is about 5 1/2 weeks. Although you may be able to see a little sac (with essentially nothing in it) a heart beat may not be able to be detected. This is nothing to worry about though. Implantation occurs at Week 2 of pregnancy so it is not likely that implantation would be able to be seen with an ultrasound.
Very good possibility that it could be implantation, I would wait until after your period due date has passed and if you still have not started to take a pregnancy test. Normally implantation takes place 7 to 10 days after ovulation so if you've been tracking your ovulation days you might be able to go back and check further.
There are lots of reasons that you could be bleeding, but if the bleeding is excessive, please, please see a doctor. The doctor will be able to help you if it is an emergency.
If there are no platelets in the blood, you are not able to stop brokering for example if you cut your skin you would not be able to stop the bleeding because there are no platelets to induce the clotting action which stops bleeding and loss of blood. The condition is called Thrombocytopenia.
You would USUALLY have cramps with bleeding. But it is not always the case. If you are bleeding heavily, consult a doctor straight away. They may be able to save the pregnancy.
you cant actually have a true period but you can have early pregnancy bleeding, this bleeding is usually different from a normal period, like you said it will be lighter, and shorter you might e able to tell by its smell that it isn't a period and it will have little to no clotting, early pregnancy bleeding is usually nothing to worry about i would takl to a doctor if you are concerned bleeding whilepregnant isn't normal but isn't uncommon,
implantation bleeding usually last 3-5 days being very very light pink and mucousy light cramping is also part of pregnancy since your uterus is beginning to be stretched and your body is going through some major changes although you won't be able to see them for a few months now if you are worried or concerned about anything consult your doctor so that they can make sure everything is ok and put your mind to rest!!! hope everything works out for you good luck and God Bless and CONGRATULATIONS?!!!
Certainly. There is no way that a home pregnancy test will be able to detect pregnancy this early on. Implantation is when the fertilized egg implants itself into the uterus. This is just the first few days of pregnancy (although if you look at a pregnancy calendar it is actually week 3!). An at home pregnancy test cannot detect pregnancy until week 4. To ensure the best results: * Take the test in the morning, if possible, because your hCG (pregnancy hormone) levels are at it's highest * Don't drink a bunch of fluids before taking the test because it will dilute your urine and can affect the results * Take the test no more than 1 day before expected period. Although some test say that you can see results up to 5 days before your missed period, the percentage of accuracy is very low. * urinate for as long as possible on the foam-like strip * Check the results in the window frame of time suggested by the instructions of the pregnancy test.
You could be pregnant. Home pregnancy tests usually can't detect the HCG hormone until after a missed period (so 15dpo), but some women don't produce enough HCG even after that!! So it is likely you took the pregnancy test too early. At 8 DPO, it is possible that implanation didn't even occur yet (implanation can take up to 10-14 days), so the pregnancy test would not have been able to detect pregnancy.
It is much harder for you to be able to calculate your due date when you have continued to have periods during pregnancy. However, a doctor or doula or midwife can tell very accurately how far along you are.
You would be able to know you were having a miscarriage because your pregnancy test would be positive and you'd be having bleeding. Pregnancy with an IUD is unlikely, so miscarriage with an IUD is also unlikely.
2 things could have happen 1.you could have what is called implantation bleeding 2. or you could have miscarried if your have clots come out What I experience was about two weeks after i was pregnant a I first a a slit sign of blood the docter said that ok you having implantation bleeding it wind up that I had a sack without a emybro in of the sack
Generally, pregnancy is measured from the date of your last period. At two weeks, you're just at the point of fertilization and implantation, and there's nothing for an ultrasound to see yet. Even at four weeks - two weeks from the date of implantation - it's unlikely for an ultrasound to give you an accurate result. They may be able to detect some changes indicative of pregnancy early on, but to get a more accurate reading it's advisable to wait a bit.
no, there is no way of a full term pregnancy, your tubes can only stretch upto a certain extent, and then they will burst, making internal bleeding, which is extremely dangerous to the mother, possible not being able to have children again, and death of the fetus. If you do have any signs of an ectopic then I would visit your hospital asap, as ectopic pregnancy is very serious.
you are pregnant but be very carefull you might have a miscarriage
with a blood test up if you know when you ovulate then up to 7-10days after that is when implantation takes place blood test should be able to tell you then. lab worker told me so and they are they one who does testing.
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AnswerI don't usually answer this stuff but I felt I had to do so. According to the ER doctor I saw when I had my miscarriage in April, hCG is produced shortly after implantation. Enough is not produced, however, during the travel from fallopian tubes to uterus to detect on any HPT. After implantation occurs is when the hCG begins to double every 48-72 hours. Once it begins to increase exponentially after implantation is when there is enough metabolized into the urine for a home pregnancy test to be accurate. The rate at which a woman's body metabolizes the hCG from the blood stream to the urine is different for each individual and for every pregnancy within the individual. No two pregnancies are alike, even within the same woman. If you have a positive test, implantation has occured or you have lingering hCG from a miscarriage. If implantation does not occur in the two weeks between ovulation and your period the corpus luteum dies off, stops producing progesterone (responsible for all symptoms in early pregnancy which is why you cannot tell the difference between PMS and early pregnancy) and you get your period. During the first few weeks after implantation you will not be able to see a pregnancy at all on an ultrasound. That is why you're first prenatal appointment is at or after 6-8 weeks. Also, much can go wrong in early pregnancy and many pregnancies do end in miscarriage before a woman has her first appointment. Oftentimes women have no clue they even conceived because some end so early. If you get a positive HPT call your doctor immediately and follow it up with a quantitative (beta) hCG blood test. These are more accurate in that they measure how much hCG you have instead of simply answering "yes" or "no" like a qualitative serum blood test does or an HPT. Note: A qualitative blood test simply involves the blood serum being separated then dropped onto a urine pregnancy test with the same mIU as most tests: 25. This is why you can be pregnant and get a false negative blood test: because they didn't measure how much, just yes or no.
If you was to have an ectopic pregnancy, it would be from shortly after conception, ectopic pregnancy means the blastocyst has implanted outside the uterus (normally in the tubes), so when your due period has come normally a test would come up positive (as when it implants it still releases hcg), signs of an ectopic pregnancy are: bleeding/ spotting red blood/ or even just like a period, pregnancy test going fainter - instead of darker,pain in the left or right side near your ovaries. If you have any of these symptoms then I would seek medical advice asap, as an ectopic pregnancy is very serious, and if not treated/removed/terminated, then it could result in not being able to have children, internal bleeding etc.
Once you have healed and there were no complications they can't but if you haven't healed yet you would still be bleeding or have pregnancy hormones in your blood. They would also be able to see remains on the ultrasound if you had any.
There is no medicine to take when you miscarry. If you are in the first trimester you can go to thedoctor while or after you are bleeding. Either way you need to be checked out afterwards. There is nothing they can do this early. If it's later on the pregnancy, past 20 weeks, you goto the ER. They might still be able to stop it then.
You should wait to test at least 14 to 16 days after ovulation. However some women don't get accurate readings because they don't know when they ovulated, they ovulated late, or implantation was late. Most women are able to get an accurate home pregnancy test in 4 to 8 weeks of pregnancy. If you get negative home test and still feel that you may be pregnant you should see a Dr for a blood test as it can detect pregnancy much sooner.
technically, you wouldn't be able to know if you are one week pregnant because conception wouldn't even have taken place. day 1 of pregnancy starts on the first day of your last period. if you mean one week after conception, then it is likely that a pregnancy test will still be negative. implantation is what triggers the hormones that give you the positive pregnancy test, and implantation typically takes between 7 and 10 days. the best best is to wait until you are a day late for your expected period and test then. even tests that say they can identify pregnancy 5 days sooner may not show a positive result until you miss a period, because the hormone levels are not yet high enough to register.
Swollen or tender breasts is a pregnancy symptom which may begin as early as 1-2 weeks after conception. Women may notice changes in their breasts; they may be tender to the touch, sore, or swollen. ther pregnancy signs include: 1. Implantation Bleeding 2. Delay/Difference in Menstruation 3. Fatigue/Tiredness 4. Nausea/Morning Sickness 5. Backaches 6. Headaches 7. Frequent Urination 8. Darkening of Areolas 9. Food Cravings However if you want a confirmed answer on whether you are pregnant or not, what you can do is to take a home pregnancy test one week later after your missed period. If you are really pregnant by then, the pregnancy stick will be able to detect it due to high hormones level. Another alternative is to see a doctor and have a blood test taken
An ectopic pregnancy is a uncommon pregnancy in which the pregnancy occurs outside of the womb. Most of the time the fetus (newborn) will not be able to develop and survive.