Absolutely!! When your period is late, or even when it's not late but you may have had unsafe sex, and you are worried you are pregnant your mind can play some mean tricks on you. There is only one way to find out if that is the truth or not...TAKE AN HPT (home pregnancy test)! Most hpts can tell if you are pregnant on the day of your missed period and some even before that...by the time you are 2 weeks late it should definitely show up on an hpt.
The only way to be sure that you are pregnant is to take a pregnancy test and they are not 100 percent positive. The doctor has the best way of telling.
More than likely if the pregnancy came back negative then you were not pregnant but in some cases a woman's body can reject the baby in the first trimester usually before she knows she pregnant because of some chromosomal defects. This is no indication that you were pregnant, miscarried, or are not pregnant. Over the counter pregnancy tests are good for telling if you are pregnant, but are not so reliable for telling if you are not--that is they can show a false negative. Your best course of action would be to see your doctor. If for nothing else than to set your mind at ease.
Teen pregnancy can be improved my spreading awareness. Telling your friends about how to have safe sex is a great way to prevent teen pregnancy. Knowing the facts about sex and how to not get pregnant.
No. Nothing about sex or pregnancy (or telling lies!) can cause your nose to grow.
I would consider the fact that, if she's telling you that she's a virgin, she is lying. Don't tell her that right out but suggest the two of you go to a clinic so she can get tested and see what happens from there.
If you had two positive pregnancy tests, then you are more than likely pregnant. Your body produces a hormone when you are pregnant that is only present during pregnancy thus showing positive tests. You should see your doctor about the pain, you could have something else going on. Pain is the body's way of telling you something isn't right and it shouldn't be ignored especially if you are pregnant. You are probably pregnant. 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, a recent pregnancy or a chemical pregnancy.
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In writing, there is a difference between telling statements and showing statements. A telling statement states a fact, such as that it was cold. A showing statement would illustrate that by, for example, describing how everyone was shivering.
yes, you have to see your practitioner to establish pregnancy. pregnancy tests only measures your hcg level but it doesn't tell if your pregnancy is intrauterine. There are so-called ectopic pregnancies and it's not determined by home pt's.
You have to be at least 2 weeks pregnant.
Yes, I would say that a very big majority is not happy when their teen comes home telling them she's pregnant or that he is going to become a father.
When you have had negative urine results, negative blood tests, negative ultrasound and clear on vaginal ultrasound, an exam by your OB/GYN telling you uterus is down low and normal then slap yourself. When that much medical science says you are not pregnant then you are not or that chances are so slight it would be miraculous. A person must make a decision to except what has been proved by all test including no hcg in the body. When you except this the lie you have believed that you are pregnant is exposed and symptoms disappear. Even if you have one or two more symptoms you ignore them and you body will stop the nonsense for a phantom pregnancy.