Pregnant and not pregnant are both possible. Wait another couple weeks and take another test. If you still haven't started your period you should talk to your doctor about reasons why you have skipped a period.
The symptoms are amenorrhea (lack of menstrual periods), repeated miscarriages, and infertility. However, such symptoms could be related to several conditions. They are more likely to indicate Asherman syndrome if they occur suddenly after a D&C or other uterine surgery.
Could be, most likely it is PMS.
very likely that you are not pregnant
I think there is such a thing as false pregnancy, but it is less likely than actually being pregnant. Consult your physician for a definite diagnosis.
most likely you are those are symptoms also you can have your period or signs of your period even if your pregnant
For humans, you most likely won't even know you're pregnant.
There are most likely not many symptoms that a pregnant woman experiences in her first two weeks. However, the most common sign is a late or missed menstrual cycle.
Likely, no different. Most women don't even experience noticeable symptoms until they have been pregnant for almost 3 weeks!
Yes, it's possible, but it's pretty uncommon. Most likely if you have no symptoms you're probably not pregnant. And if you are pregnant, but don't have any symptoms, you might just not be noticing them. But it is possible to be pregnant and not have any symptoms in the beginning. With my first pregnancy, I didn't know I was pregnant until I was talking with a friend and brought up something about period schedules and she is the one who told me I was late. Then looking back, I realized I had some symptoms, I was just busy and didn't expect to be pregnant, so I didn't really notice anything. But I was less than a week late, I would have realized it in a few more days.
Flu symptoms does not mean you are pregnant. If you had a period after October 30th, you are more than likely not pregnant. I would not worry about this unless you miss a period.
it depends....mostly likely constipation, vaginal discharge, excess saliva, and morning sickness...
All it takes is one sperm to fertilize the egg. The chances are likely of being pregnant.
More then likely your not pregnant, as long as the tests are from two different companies. Maybe stress is giving you the symptoms of pregnancy. If this persists I'd suggest that you seek medical attention and get a test from a Doctor.
if you do bleed from your uterus, anything inside will be flushed out. this only happens if the egg is not fertilized. therefore if you do bleed and think you are pregnant, you are not.
Most likely not. The "symptoms of pregnancy" are the same symptoms of many, many other conditions, including the common cold at times. If you had a blood test performed that showed that the hormone associated with pregnancy was not in your body, then you are not yet pregnant. ! Dr. B.
It will come back inconclusive and you will likely fail depending on what it's for
Pre-menstrual symptoms and menstrual symptoms are exactly the same as pregnancy symptoms. If home test is negative and your period has arrived, too you are very likely to be NOT pregnant. However, if you still concerned see a doctor. Good luck. Probally not.. I don't think you could be pregnant if you got a real period. Unless it was just spotting.
Not very likely. But you should take a pregnancy test after the bleeding stops.
If you have those symptoms, you could be pregnant. It may be too early for the test to detect it. You may want to try going to the doctor, for they can most likely tell if you're pregnant, and if you're not, you could be sick!
Sometimes the tests can be wrong, so definitely take another test to make sure whether you are or aren't pregnant. These symptoms could be something else, and it is most likely that you're not pregnant if the test came out negative, but it's worth checking, just in case. It is definitely possible that you ARE pregnant.
No, as long as you are changing it regularly (as your doctor orders). What would be dangerous is continued bleeding if you are indeed pregnant - this needs to be investigated. Call your doctor.
It is possible, but you should take a test or go see a doctor so you know for sure one way or the other. It doesn't usually happen without any symptoms, but it can. And if you are having a period, then you most likely aren't pregnant.
If this is your only symptom no. And you would most likely know you are pregnant before you started showing. Your symptoms are most likely going to be nausea, breast changes, missed period, increased sense of smell etc. one to two weeks after intercourse.
You are most likely pregnant. It is time to see a doctor.