Having a previous miscarriage wouldn't change the outcome of a pregnancy test.
It may actually read a positive result if you miscarried early enough before. The length depends on how long you were pregnant. This is because your hormone levels are dropping but still exist; therefor a + reading will show up.
I guess it depends how long after a miscarriage you test. But I have read that you will remain with a positive up to nine weeks after a miscarriage... but many times not that long.
no probably not. What probably happened was a very early miscarriage. The pregnancy test stays positive for two weeks after a miscarriage. sorry,honey joymaker rn
Once you have a positive diagnosis of pregnancy then losing the pregnancy is considered a miscarriage. ~pawsalmighty
Yes, because the pregnancy hormones are still in your body even after a miscarriage.
If you're having a miscarriage, your pregnancy test will be positive. Take a pregnancy test, and contact your health care provider if it's positive.
None as far as I am aware.
Pregnancy is rare when using the contraceptive implant. If you had a miscarriage recently, your pregnancy test will be positive.
Two positive pregnancy tests usually don't lie. Sounds like a possible miscarriage.
the hell if i know
If you had a miscarriage, you'll have a positive pregnancy test. Take a pregnancy test. If it's negative, it wasn't a miscarriage.
it could be a miscarriage but it could also just be the egg planting itself. it just depends on how much spotting it was//