It's not too early to tell, but there have beena few rare cases where the pregnancy didn't show up until later or even not until and ultrasound. But that is very rare. If you are ten days late, you might want to go see a doctor and find out why. Sometimes they have to give you some medication to get it started again.
Yes, if it is performed too early the hcg levels may not be detectable.
Sure you can if it is done too early as levels vary between women.
You may be pregnant but took the test too early or its a false negative. A blood type is most accurate.
If its early, sometimes the tests will be inaccurate. In fact sometimes blood tests can be inaccurate.
no because if you are pregnant even at an early stage in your pregnancy the hcg hormone shows up
You couldvery well be pregant,you may have taken the Home pregnancy test to early or the blood test to early. re-take these tests if all negative then you may need to have an ultra sound to rule out other medical problems. First and for most go see your OB/GYN Lisa
If the blood test is done too early in the pregnancy, the pregnancy won't be detected. If the blood test was done by a doctor, then he/she knows to do it and obtain an accurate result.
Hi, It is possible to be pregnant and have a negative urine pregnancy test. It is also possible you could be pregnant with a negative blood test providing that the blood test was performed too early. This could also be why the ultrasound showed signs of pregnancy. Also if you miscarried recently without you knowing, it is possible the ultrasound picked up the sac minur the embryo. If a embryo is picked up on the ultrasound then you're pregnant hun.
No. You will have HCG levels in your system if you are pregnant. If you are very early on, it could show negative, you don't start producing HCG until the baby is implanted.
Hi If the blood test you had performed was called - Quantitative Beta Hcg - then you are not pregnant. If the blood test was called - Qualiative Beta Hcg - then it is possible you could be pregnant and tested too early. In this case return to your doctor in two weeks for a re-peat blood test.
Hello Yes you could be pregnant. You may be testing too early or you might not have enough HCG in your urine to give a positive test. See your doctor for a blood test. This is the most accurate testing available.
yes you might still be pregnant it happened to me you're perhaps to early what at least two more weeks
You are not eight months pregnant. You are just showing early and quickly. You can have negative blood tests and still be pregnant.
Blood or urine? Blood tests are pretty accurate, but 5 days before the period is really early and the hormones may not have been detected yet.
That you are testing too early or that you are not pregnant.
Yes definitely. You can be 2 months pregnant (providing you've missed your periods) and be pregnant. Best thing to do is see your MD for a blood test.
There is about a 5% chance or less of still being pregnant after getting a negataive blood test. If your doctor says you aren't pregnant, then go with that. If you strongly feel you are, then you should talk with your doctor a bit more and see if there are other tests that can be done. You could have taken the blood test too early. My best friend is trying to get pregnant and her doctor told her, for an accurate blood test wait 4 or 5 days after sex and for an accurate urine test wait at least 10 days after sex.
The look at the HCG level, if it is existant, then you are pregnant. It can test negative if it is too early to tell. How they do this, I am unsure of.
Pcos would make it very hard for you to get pregnant but NOT IMPOSSIBLE. If you had negative urine and blood tests it could be you are testing too early. Wait a week or two and tes yourself again. Again would be unlikely but not impossible.
Yes you could be, blood test are more accurate in detecting early pregnancy
no it is not too early to take a blood test. Pregnant is pregnant As you ovulate 2 weeks before a period, AND you have to have the egg fertilised, AND it takes 6-10 days for the fertilised egg to implant there is no way a blood test is going to tell you if you are pregnant or not. Pregnant is pregnant only with hindsight.
Yes! Bleeding is very normal in 30% of pregnant women that too at early stages.Do a urine pregnancy test . This would give you the answer. If its negative then, try for a blood test. Blood tests are more sensitive to detect HCG hormones
It's possible.. you could wait a few days and do a home test or have the blood test repeated. ~pawsalmighty
just accept the fact that you are not pregnant.