If you stopped your Birth Control pill 2 months ago, and feeling pregnant and not. It normally takes 6-12 months after stopping the pill, before successful conception can take place. Becoming pregnant immediately after stopping can pose possible birth defects, as the pill is still in your body and will be ingested in the blood stream. Get checked out, use a condom and spermicide for at least 6 months before attempting to get pregnant. This will protect you as well as your unborn baby. Good luck!
It's very unusual to get HCG negative. So don't worry
In some cases yes you can, But go to a doctor to be sure!
if you are feeling no symptoms and your pregnancy tests are turning out negative i would advise you to see your doctor. he/she will then be able to carry out tests to determine whether or not you are pregnant and rule out any problems
Two weeks from last sexual intercourse encounter.
Ever been pregnant before so you know the feeling? White spots is not considered a sign of pregnancy
If you are not pregnant, then you aren't feeling fetal movement. Even if you are pregnant, you don't feel fetal movement until at least 16 weeks and that is the quickening. If the pregnancy test is negative, go to the doctor and ask for a blood test. The blood test will test your HCG levels. If the levels are over 2, then you are pregnant. If you are late for your period then you may be pregnant. If you aren't late for your period, it is too soon to tell.
then you are not pregnant you hear me if you are you are just a sick little girl or meget gal
A negative pregnancy test, followed by a repeat test in a week, means you're not pregnant. Many women who are stopping depo attribute all kinds of symptoms to pregnancy. These symptoms may be due to your cycle restarting, or may be unrelated to your reproductive system. If you're trying to get pregnant, see your health care provider, start prenatal vitamins, and stay healthy. If you're trying to avoid pregnancy, find another method of birth control.
How far along do you half to be to start feeling the symptom's of the pregnancy.
Feeling sexual is not a sign of pregnancy. Take a pregnancy test if you are concerned.
Go to the Doctor. You may have a clot or tumor in your uterus.
Yes. You may have an ectopic pregnancy. You should visit your doctor as soon as you suspect a possible pregnancy. An ectopic pregnancy can provide innaccurate test results at home.
Feeling like you are having pregnancy symptoms although your urine tests are coming out negative? It might be that you got a bad batch of birth control pills! Believe it or not, these drugs change all the time between manufactures and can sometimes effect the compilation of the chemicals in the pills. If you have been taking the same kind of birth control for a while and all of the sudden you're not feeling well and have pregnancy like symptoms, this could be why. Wait out the month of pills and keep checking to see if your pregnant in the meantime. It may just be that one month of the pills. If it continues, you may want to get your prescription changed.
A missed period and positive pregnancy test are the normal symptoms of pregnancy. A feeling of gas in the stomach is a normal human sensation.
If you did a pregnancy test and it was negative but you still feel tired, dizzy, and are five days over when your period should have started, you should take another home pregnancy test. You could be late because you stopped taking your birth control pills half way through.
Most likely the indication would be that you are not pregnant. However, if you are still feeling worried about this, you should go see a physician and have an actual blood pregnancy test administered.
You can't! Go to the doctor or get a home pregnancy test. or go to planned parenthood and start using birth control methods
Yes. Home pregnancy tests are not always accurate. Take multiple tests, or see a doctor. If you are far enough along in the pregnancy to be feeling movement from the fetus, then your belly should have started protruding.
If you want to be pregnant, wait until you have missed a second period. If you don't want to be pregnant go to the doctor straight away.
If your body is lacking in iron, then you will feel week when you are pregnant.
You would have to be no less than 3 months pregnant to feel any movement. The first movements you will feel will not feel like a baby kicking, it will feel more like flutters. If your pregnancy tests are still negative then you are not pregnant, if you think you are far enough along to feel fetal movement. It could be that you are experiencing a phantom pregnancy because it is not likely that you would have negative pregnancy tests and getting your period.
Feeling a pain in your breast does not mean you are pregnant. Also, a test should be picking up a positive result by now unless it is a very cheap brand.
well depends if your period was normal if it was and a test was negative is most likely you are not pregnant maybe sick but if your period was less then 3 days or lighter then there might still be a possibility you are pregnant wait a week and test that will give you a more accurate result
are you wanting to be pregnant? my friend done this when she convinced herself she was pregnant. she even produced "milk". just a suggestion. no, im not "wanting" to be pregnant. its just the thing that i was on birth control, took antibiotics, and now i feel like this. ive been on this birth control for awhile and took antibiotics with it. i know its just not the medication...
yes she could be pregnant. She may be experiencing morning sickness, this can make you feel like not eating, also the tiredness is a sign of pregnancy. She needs to take a pregnancy test to be certain. If she is pregnant then she really does need to eat something. If the pregnancy test comes out negative then encourage her to see a doctor.