If you really had a miscarriage, you can't still be pregnant, but you could be pregnant again before you get your next period.
Pregnancy on the contraceptive implant is rare. If you are pregnant or miscarrying, your pregnancy test will be positive.
It can take up to 2 months until the pregnancy hormones settle and even longer if you had a later miscarriage and during that time the body think it's pregnant and will continue with the symptoms. If that time has passed you need to see a doctor.
yes i had a miscarriage and i still had pregnancy signs for another week or so
If the miscarriage is only suspected then it may not have been a miscarriage at all and the symptoms will not go away. However if it was a miscarriage, pregnancy symptoms may go before the bleeding starts or may not go for a week or so after.
It is extremely unlikely that you are pregnant.
No. You will get pregnancy symptoms. It is impossible not to get pregnancy symptoms. Yes, you can be pregnant and have no symptoms at all. Haven't you seen that tv show "Pregnant and didn't know it?"
I would say you are pregnant again. It is easier ro get pregnant right after a miscarriage. I would go see a doctor to confirm the pregnancy as soon as possible
if only just pregnant then yes it wouldn't show up on a test
Only your Doctor can truly answer this question. Was you definitely pregnant and was it confirmed by pregnancy test or blood test? If you are/was pregnant and you are now experiencing bleeding, abdominal cramping etc, you should go to A & E, Early Pregnancy Unit or contact your Doctor immediately.
Often there are no symptoms, but if there are it could be cramping and symptoms similar to a miscarriage.
Yes!! You can experience symptoms longer depending on how far along you were. Until your hormone levels reach zero your body still thinks it's pregnant! Sorry about your loss I too had a miscarriage my symptoms went away immediately
Birth control medication does cause pregnancy symptoms. But yes you can have pregnancy symptoms and be pregnant.
If the hospital told you had a miscarriage then you probably did but if you still feel like you are pregnant go buy a pregnancy test to see if you still are to make yourself feel better. I had a miscarriage and my doctor told me it takes a full month for the pregnancy symptoms to go away. Until you have your next period you will still have all your symptoms. And, your first period after a miscarriage probably will be really heavy, clotty and painful.
Yes, you can get flu-like symptoms during a miscarriage. However, flu-like symptoms are also VERY common pregnancy symtpoms. With a miscarriage, you would also be in pain and have reasonably heavy bleeding
It could, but PMS sometimes copies pregnancy symptoms.
You can have pregnancy symptoms from day one to the last day of your pregnancy.
You have no pregnancy symptoms before you are pregnant.
Symptoms of pregnancy with the contraceptive implant are a positive pregnancy test.
If the cervix is open, miscarriage is inevitable and nothing can preserve the pregnancy. Symptoms of an inevitable miscarriage may include dull relentless or sharp intermittent pain in the lower abdomen or back.
Yes. If you conceived then you are pregnant. Unless you had a miscarriage but you would probably have noticed this. Get a pregnancy test from a shop and see. Once you have done that, if it turns out you are pregnant, go and see a doctor.
Not a lot of women are pregnant and experience no pregnancy symptoms. But I would say about 2 months into the pregnancy and beyond they should experience pregnancy symptoms and a LOT of women experience symptoms a few days after conception.
The pregnancy hormones stay in your body 2 to 3 weeks after miscarriage depending on individuals. The best way to find out that you are completely clean for another pregnancy is through an ultrasound.
Yes,It can be possible.In my last pregnancy i had just frequent urination and no other symptoms.But unfortunately it ended in a miscarriage at 9 weeks.
It is called a Phantom pregnancy.
The symptoms of pregnancy are same with or without the contraceptive implant. If you think you're pregnant, take a pregnancy test.