it should show you are pregnant Hello there. A Ovulation test will ONLY come out positive when LSH....the Ovulating hormone has been found in your urine. Some women do claim to of had a positive Ovulation test during early pregnancy but this information is so inconclusive that its not a reliable pregnancy testing method at this time. To determine if you are pregnant, its adviseable to buy a pregnancy test and see your doctor for a blood test to be certain.
After 16 days of ovulation a pregnancy test be positive.
Well, it's not after ovulation, it's after conception, but 2 weeks after conception at the earliest
I would be inclined to believe the pregnancy test, but take another one to be sure.
The peak in LH triggers ovulation. "During ovulation" is only an instant in time, so it's not really separated from "before ovulation." When LH peaks, ovulation occurs, so if I had to pick, I would say during ovulation. See this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leutinizing_hormone
If you are pregnant, you would not be ovulating. However, sometimes an ovulation test can be used to detect pregnancy. The test line must be darker than the control line.
I would say 50 to 80 % chance
9 days past ovulation would be the soonest, but it is best to wait 14 days past ovulation.
This depends on the number of days in your cycle - the average of 28 would put ovulation around day 14, but this is only an estimate.
It is impossible to become pregnant after a period and before ovulation begins. Ovulation is when the ovary expels an ovum or an egg. In order for pregnancy to occur, the ovaries must expel an ovum, or egg cell, and this must then be fertilized by a sperm cell. After this, the fertilized egg, now a zygote, will start to divide and become larger and more complex. Still, pregnancy has not occurred. The egg is still traveling to the uterus where it will finally burrow in the uterine walls. This is when pregnancy actually occurs. So, you see, the first step to pregnancy is ovulation. Without ovulation, there would be no egg cell, hence, no pregnancy.
There is no gallbladder disease or problem that would cause a false positive pregnancy test.
That would be a missed period and a positive pregnancy test.
You need to know your ovulation date to determine that. There are ovulation calculators on the web. You just put in the date of your last period and it gives you the possible dates of ovulation. Since you have a positive test - it would be best to make a doctors appt. They will probably do an ultrasound and will calculate how far along you are as well as give you a due date. Good Luck!
Menopause is a completely different hormone compared to the pregnancy hormone. You wont get a positive on a pregnancy test during the menopause. The only time your get a positive is when HCG is in your urine and your pregnant. Menopause is not a hormone. Better literacy ("you will get a positive," instead of "your get a positive," "won't, instead of "wont," and "you're pregnant," not "your pregnant") as well as a citation to some medical authority would also help to improve this answer.
If you are having light pink dis charge 10 days after ovulation, it is usually a sign that the egg is implanting itself to the wall.
a person wont receive a positive pregnancy test until about 3 to 4 weeks after unprotected intercourse has happened
You have increased discharge and it's not unlike ovulation mucous, although that does vary
would taking pepto bismol, a whole bottle, every day during the entire pregnancy cause a false positive cacaine test
If a woman has cycles that are NOT 28 days, then this information will not be accurate. Generally speaking, a positive on a home pregnancy test can appear up to five days before you MISS your period, so that would be FOUR days before your period is due - again, this assuming you have a 14 day luteal phase (the time between ovulation and menstuation). What does this mean? It is possible that some tests will pick up a positive at 10 days post-ovulation. It is uncommon, but some women have gotten a positive result a day or two earlier than this. Most women will NOT experience a positive result until after they have missed their period. A doctor's urine test is no more accurate than an over-the-counter pregnancy test, but a blood beta would be able to detect pregnancy a day or two sooner than a urine test.
my advice would be to wait roughly 3 weeks after you have had unprotected sex to try a home pregnancy test. if it is positive you have your answer. if the test reads negative dont worry about it wait another week and take another
Ovulation typically occurs 14 days prior to menstruation - or during the average 28 day cycle this would mean ovulation would occur 14 days into the menstrual cycle.
A false positive pregnancy test is extremely rare, so I would say no, if the tests read positive you are most likely pregnant.
A mature egg during ovulation usually survives only for 24 hours. If you have sex after the 24 hour deadline getting pregnant would be impossible because the egg already died on that specific time. So if you're monitoring your ovulation period to get pregnant, it would be ideal to have sex 2 days and during the peak of your ovulation.
There are many online websites that will provide you with information about positive pregnancy tests. The best online website to check would be American Pregnancy Org.