99.8% of the time having a period means you are not pregnant, so No, you don't test positive.
you will either A] Miss your next period B]Have a positive result on a pregnancy test C] experience early pregnancy symptoms, such as frequent urination, sore tender breast, nausea. Raye
No, you do not test positive as the drugs are being released from your system
can you be pregnant the day after your period is due without have a period at all
Congrats! If it is CLEAR positive on the tests it's pretty much certain that you are pregnant!
If your period began after the positive pregnancy test, you are not pregnant. A period means the lining needed to support a fetus has shed away.
yes it will
Principal amount, Assumed interest rate, Period of time.
Yes. If you see a positive, it is positive.
if you're on your period then it's most likely you're not pregnant or you wouldn't be having a period.
After a period of study, they are received at the Easter Vigil Mass
umm if my calculations are correct the period of a low earth orbit (LEO) is approximately 40000000000069 years. as extrapolated from Kepler's equation.
Go to the doctor.
it's either your 'iffy', or its not your period
Certain tumors producing HCG can cause false positive pregnancy test. Being on period per se can not.
A positive test means your pregnant. If your period is red then this could be a miscarriage. Go to ER now.
to be positive the answer is MANGANESE. I'm 100% positive.
Early pregnancy feels just like your period is going to start. if your home test was positive, then you are pregnant. ~pawsalmighty
yes. i got a positive test the day my period was due, however it was faint. some tests can show a positive result as early as 5 days before your missed period.
If you had a positive pregnancy test then had a heavy period a couple days later, you may have had a miscarriage. If this happens, you should consult a doctor.
That "heavy period" could have been implantation bleeding if you have tested positive for pregnancy. I would suggest taking another test to confirm.