yes yes.. it takes anywhere from 5-10 days for the fertilized egg to make it's way from the fallopian tube down into the lining of the uterus, it doesn't start producing HCG (pregnancy hormone) until it settles into the uterine lining, and that is what the test is looking for.. so you still may not have even implanted yet! give it a few more days, and take a test with first morning urine. Good Luck!
A cow should be artificially inseminated (AI) an average of two to three months after giving birth, or when she starts showing signs of normal estrus which could be as late as four or even five months post-partum. Ideally it should be in the two to four month period, for a dairy cow, for her to rest (pregnancy-wise) before getting settled again.
Yes. You could be testing too early.
ovulation is the process that your body undergoes to prepare you for pregnancy your egg will exit your ovaries travel down your fallopian tubes into your uterus it will either become inseminated or not , if it does not become inseminated it will continue to travel down and out through your cervix, if an egg is inseminated it will plant inself into your uteran wall and begin the stages of fetal development. during ovulation your uteran wall will also thicked and begin to prepare itself for implantation. your period as a result of the egg not being inseminated the egg along with the excess uterary lining will be bled out through your cervix and out of your vagina the result of this is the menstruation stage. your body starts a new cycle every 28 days or so.. you menstruate and the cycle continues... an interuption in this cycle is pregnancy.. if you become pregnant your egg will implant itself and your excess will nto be bled out. that is why a missed period could be a sign of pregnancy
You could be testing too early due to miscalculating your cylce. Wait a couple of days and test again. If it is still negative and you haven't got your period, see a doctor right away - it could be nothing, but it also could be an ectopic pregnancy! Good luck!!!
When you were inseminated they put the sperm directly in your womb. There it will live for up to 10 days so yes you could still get pregnant because you just became fertile.
Yes. Home administered pregnancy tests can be administered wrong and lead to a false negative result.
Depending on whether you are inseminated or not, it could take as many as 10 to 10,000.
You could by a small chance, but, you might also imagine the symptoms (phantom pregnancy). Or your pregnancy is too small at the moment. Try testing again in a week or two (when your period hasn't started). If still negative and you got the symptoms and no period then go see a doctor.
Yes if there is an emergency or regarding a pregnancy, prenatal care or STD testing.
you can take a home pregnancy test from the first day that you no you are late from your period or any time after that. you could also go to your doctor for the blood test form of testing. though the gp will ask if you have taken a home pregnancy test first.
To artificially ventilate is to breathe for someone else. It could consist of a ventilator, bag valve mask, or direct rescue breathing.
Other than pregnacny? On rare occasions you can encounter a false positive due to improper testing, expired pregnancy tests, rare medical conditions such as certain types of cancer, evaporation lines or a chemical pregnancy.
It could be a urinary tract infection, it needs to be tested by a doctor. If pregnancy is suspected it probably has nothing to do with cloudy urine, but can also be tested at the same time as testing for a UTI.
Menses blood could possibly interfere with a home pregnancy kit. You can get a false positive or false negative with any testing kit. A women is better off seeing her general practitioner doctor or obstetrics/gynecological doctor for testing, pre-natal education and treatment.
It is not likely that you are pregnant if the hCG level is dropping. Your health care provider will advise you if additional testing is needed to confirm that your pregnancy has ended.
Hello Yes you could be pregnant. You may be testing too early or you might not have enough HCG in your urine to give a positive test. See your doctor for a blood test. This is the most accurate testing available.
You could still get pregnant - if you used IVF - using a donor egg with your partner's sperm.
Painful urination is a sign of infection, not a sign of pregnancy. See your health care provider as soon as possible for testing.
The danger of testing animals is that they could get diseases from it.
You could have chlamydia all during pregnancy and your doctor not know if you weren't tested during your pregnancy. Although chlamydia testing during pregnancy is the standard of care, unfortunately it's not unusual for doctors not to screen pregnant women for chlamydia if they perceive the woman to be at low risk. If you have any concerns, please ask for a test by name.
Yes you could, you get all the symptoms of a normal pregnancy.
It is more common for home pregnancy tests to give a false negative than a false positive. You could be testing too soon. Home pregnancy tests are considered accurate 14-16 days after ovulation.
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Animals can die from cosmetic testing as could humans.
Typically this is not a sign of pregnancy