It really depends on how long after the bleeding you had the blood test. If you had the blood test within 5 days after the bleeding and it was negative then its possible you wasnt pregnant. But if you had the blood test less than 5 days after the bleeding and it was negative, then you was not pregnant. But a pregnancy test should only go positive when HCG has been detected and this is only during pregnancy.
Sudden loss of pregnancy symptoms, abdominal pain, back and/or shoulder pain, cramping, bleeding, pregnancy tests going from positive to negative.
Regardless of bleeding, a pregnancy test will still detect a pregnancy. If u had a positive pregnancy test and now it is negative and you are bleeding, you likely lost the baby. :(
endomentrium bleeding being confused with last menstural cycle
No , but a negative test can be a false positive .
This is normal
Signs of pregnancy on the implant are lack of bleeding and positive pregnancy test. Take a pregnancy test.
An ectopic pregnancy has to be suspected in any woman with lower abdominal pain or unusual bleeding who is or might be sexually active and whose pregnancy test is positive http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ectopic_pregnancy http://www.womens-health.co.uk/ectopic.asp
No, it is positive.
It means you had a miscarriage.
Ok... if you have an ectopic pregnancy, it is possible that a home pregnancy test (any brand) shows positive [when a woman has an ectopic pregnancy, it does NOT always show as positive]. It did show positive in my case. BUT, it will NOT tell you you have an ectopic pregnancy. What you feel physically will tell you if you have an ectopic pregnancy; bleeding (different degrees), abdominal pain (severe to light), dizziness, rushing to the toilet (diarrhoea...) feeling faint or even fainting (then, it is an emergency of higher priority [tube ruptured and abdominal internal bleeding], irregular heart beats (palpitations), hot flushes, etc. The symptoms might start showing weeks after becoming pregnant.
No, it says positive.