Please consult your doctor for a blood pregnancy test. However, they are some woman that the test become negative also with 4 and 5 month. Never understimate a test.
Going by your age it is possible that you are starting the menopause and that your missed period is just the start of the irregularity of the menstrual cycle that is a symptom of menopause but you will need to see your doc, he/she should run a few tests for you and that will tell you what is going on.
If you tested less than 3 weeks since you missed you menstrual cyle, Yes!
A home pregnancy test is not as reliable as a test given by a doctor. But there are other possible reasons for missed periods, too. It might be time to check up on things.
A missed period is usually the reason why us women run to HEB to get a pregnancy test. It is the one main signals for a possible pregnancy. But if you missed your period without any chance of being pregnant check with your doctor or could be just a fluke that you missed it. MANY factors can influence the menstrual cycle. You know your body the best.
No its not possible .it is a old days tale.pregnancy is confirmed only by blood test r urine test taken 2 weeks after missed menstrual
Sorry but they are no way linked so no a bladder infection can not cause a missed period or even a pregnancy test to show as negative
do another one
I will do the urine pregnancy test. If it is negative, reassurance and observation is the therapy.
One of the first signs of pregnancy is a late period. But missed periods do not necessarily mean that you are pregnant. If you're sexually active and have missed a period, then it is worthwhile to take a pregnancy test. You may still want to take a pregnancy test even if you have been using contraception. Since birth control can fail, taking a pregnancy test will allow you to rule out one of the possible causes of missed periods. Your local pregnancy center can provide a test for free. If you have a late period and a negative pregnancy test, then consider whether or not you've recently been sick, gained or lost a significant amount of weight, have been under excessive stress or have taken any new medications. All of these things can affect your menstrual cycle and cause you to have irregular periods. Additionally, certain types of birth control, including the birth control pill, Depo-Provera and Norplant, can cause you to have menstrual cycles disturbances.