What is meant by repeatedly negative pregnancy results is that the person is not pregnant. The person is not going to have a child at this time.
It really depends on if the person has started their Menopause yet, because if they have; it is impossible to get pregnant. If the person is in their 40's and hasn't started their Menopause then it is possible to still get pregnant.
Although most pregnancy tests are quite reliable nowadays, it's always possible that the result is incorrect. To have more certainty, repeat the test a couple of times and if possible, with another brand of pregnancy test, if all these tests give a negative result, it's very probable (I would say 99%) that the person is not pregnant, but to be 100% sure, you can always pay a visit to a doctor or so.
You can get a negative test if you test too early. I'd wait until after you miss your period to test. You can also get a false negative if the test was done incorrectly.
Although tubal "banding" is a popular form of sterilization, it is not a guarantee. If a person is having irregular periods, has had a tubal banding and has a negative pregnancy test they probably aren't pregnant, BUT a too early pregnancy test, spotting as opposed to a period or an ineffective banding on one or both tubes can result in a vialble pregnancy.
Yes it is still possible to be pregnant. Some pregnancy tests cannot show the hcg hormone of pregnancy right away. Take it from me , I had three periods before i went to the doctors and found out. So you will never get a false positive result but you will get false negative results. So my advice for you is to see your obgyn. If you need further questions anwered you can email me at email@example.com. Christin so it is a possibility im still pregnant Believe me you do not have all the signs of pregnancy if you have a period. There is a less than 1% chance that you are pregnant, the person above must be in that less than 1%
No. A runny nose is not a symptom of pregnancy in a rabbit. It is possible to palpate a doe to determine pregnancy, but this isn't something that an inexperienced person will likely be successful in doing.
Yes, it is possible. There is a phenomenon called "sympathetic pregnancy" where your mate or another person very close to you will begin to feel the symptoms of pregnancy (like nausea, bloating, and food sensitivity).
You might be, so I recommend doing a test. Short Answer: YesLonger Answer: Any time you have unprotected sex with a male you run the risk of becoming pregnant.Long Answer: Often a missed period is the first clue that you are pregnant but there are many reasons you can miss a period. Another common clue to a possible pregnancy is sore or tender breasts. If you think you may be pregnant, take an over-the-counter pregnancy test. Please be aware that a negative test result for pregnancy does not necessarily mean that you are not pregnant. For the test to show a positive result, the threshold for a specific pregnancy related hormone needs to have been exceeded. This hormone varies from person to person, pregnancy to pregnancy and the length of pregnancy to date among other things but is accurate when the hormone has exceeded the threshold of the test. If the test result is positive, make an appointment with your doctor to confirm pregnancy.
No test is guaranteed to be 100% accurate, however, the normal cause of a negative pregnancy test is that the person being tested is not pregnant.
Yes, it is possible to still be pregnant. Wait another couple of days and take another one. If you are still late and the tests are negative, go see a doctor. But I am normally a very regular person and I was a week late the last two months. So it is possible to be late and not be pregnant.
No, only the pregnant person can.
If a person becomes pregnant while using Implanon, there is a higher risk that they could have an ectopic pregnancy. If you're having pregnancy symptoms, you should call your doctor as soon as possible.
A test coming out positive means that the test found whatever it was looking for. A test coming out negative means it didn't find anything. Like a pregnancy test coming out positive means a good chance of the person tested being pregnant. Negative means there are no signs of pregnancy in the tested substance.
It is possible for a woman with a transplanted uterus to carry a pregnancy. Therefore, it is theoretically possible for a male-to-female transgendered person to become pregnant by in vitro fertilization; if a pre-op male-to-female transgendered person produces sperm, that person can become a father.
If you used the urine of a pregnant person you could.
It isn't very likely, but I guess it's possible. You are probably just late for your period though. I was a week late two months in a row and I am normally a very regular person with my periods. It just happens sometimes. It is very possible. I myself can NEVER show up on home pregnancy test. I always go into the doc. and my urine test will be negative yet my blood test would be positive. So, yes, it is very possible. Yes its very possible. With my first child I was pregnant a month and the three test I took after my missed period came out negative it wasnt till I was a month and a half that the test came out postive.
Yes. Every pregnancy and every person is different.
No, pregnancy can only occur with vaginal intercourse. There is no food/drink that can make you pregnant without it.
A false negative indicates that a person may not have a disease that is being checked for or that the person may not be pregnant. Having a false positive would be the opposite showing that the person does have a disease or could be pregnant.
If you're asking if a person with bloodtype 0+ and a person with a+ have sex and can get pregnant, then the answer is yes.
A person can take a pregnancy test two weeks after conception.
Very likely that you are not pregnant.
That is a transsexual man. The gender term after the word transsexual is always who the person really is, not what their body was at birth. Calling a man born with female parts a woman is hurtful.But like anyone born with a uterus, pregnancy is usually possible. They would have to avoid taking male hormones when trying to get pregnant and during the course of the pregnancy. If they are on hormones, then they can only get pregnant if they can start menstruating.
Yes, there are several cases of false pregnancy tests when a person has Lupus. This is due to the increased protein that a person with Lupus has.