First of all I am so sorry for your loss. I also had a D&C and didn't get a period for 11 weeks after. this is what I do know.....you can ovulate anytime after a D&C so to be pregnant again so soon is possible, BUT you can also have a little leftover HCG from your previous pregnancy. I would go back in for another blood test but with the one that tells you the exact number (quantitative?) of HCG in your system so they can determine if it is on it's way up or down and that should let you know if it is a new pregnancy or just the old HCG going down. Good luck.
A pregnancy test will come out positive all through your pregnancy because it is testing for HCG a hormone that is produced when you are pregnant all 9 months and a little after you give birth too.
A positive pregnancy test means that you're pregnant.
A prgenancy test at 4 months should be positive if you are in fact pregnant. The pregnancy test is based off BhCG levels which are high at 4 months and should result in a positive test. The real question is why are you taking a pregnancy test at 4 months? Were you pregnant and now you think you miscarried? Routine prenatal care should be well underway at this point and a pregnancy well established. If you had a positive test and now a repeat is negative it is likely a miscariage happened some time ago. I would advise seeing an OB doctor and providing a full history and copies of labs and ultrasounds if availble for full evaluation.
If you are thinking you are 3 months pregnant and a preg test still shows negative, then this cannot be the case. It is possible a preg tes will not show positive until you are 6 weeks alone (if you have low HCG levels), but not 12 weeks. If you "feel" pregnant, and you are still testing negative, it could be a phantom pregnancy, or there could be something wrong with your periods.
Get a blood test. My mom was 3 months pregnant and home test was negative..Blood test are 100% positive
If you are 2 months pregnant, you should already be pretty sure your pregnant. After 6 weeks morning sickness and hormone variation take place. The answer is yes, a home pregnancy test will yield a positive reading if yorue pregnant, but you probably shouldn't need one.
If your already pregnant and have sexual intercourse during anytime of your pregnancy you can not get pregnant.
You should take a test now if you are almost 2 months late. A pregnancy test usually shows positive if you are pregnant right after your period is missed.
Take a pregnancy test , and if positive go to the hospital .
If you're pregnant on NuvaRing, you'll have a positive pregnancy test. You will miss your period for a couple of months in a row.
Yes! I had one done and it said I wasnt but then four months later (about 5 months pregnant) it turned out I was.
Pregnancy tests rely on HCG levels in your urine. HCG is something only a pregnant woman produces. In the first months of pregnancy, your HCG level approximately double each day. Therefore it is possible that your HCG levels are still too low to register on the pregnancy test and it will show negative eventhough you are in fact pregnant. I have heard of rare cases where women do not test positive until about 4 weeks after their missed period. But this is abnormal. Usually you will begin to test positive at about the time your period is missed.
Yes it is possible. Some woman get there period during the first few months of pregnancy. You need to see a doctor to find out if you are pregnant. They check with a pregnancy test and if it is positive they will give you a sonogram to make sure that you are pregnant and that everything is ok with your pregnancy. Having a positive pregnancy test doesnt always mean that you are pregnant. Something else in your urine can be causing the test to come positive. But having a positive test can in most cases mean that you are pregnant. Check with your doctor, that is the only accurate way of finding out.
There are 40 weeks in pregnancy (that is nine months pregnant). At 33 weeks regnant you would be 7 months and 1 week pregnant.
Yes, it is still possible that you are pregnant. You will need to go to a doctor and have them draw blood to show that you are or have been pregnant recently. After 3 days they can do the blood test again and if your levels are still rising, then you are still pregnant. If they are falling, then you are no longer pregnant. Some people fail to show a positive on a pee type pregnancy test for up to 6 months, although it is /very/ rare. It is also possible that you have what is called a "hydatidiform mole" type pregnancy which means you are not carrying a viable baby, and that your hormone levels will be totally messed up. Your nausea would be much worse that with a normal pregancy, and you might not show as pregnant on a pee test.
If the test was positive then you will be pregnant
you might be pregnant. get a pregnancy test.
Don't get pregnant
A pregnancy test WILL NOT tell you if you are pregnant immediately after having intercourse unless you've had intercourse within the last nine months (on another occasion) and you are already pregnant.
YES! It is very possible unless you are more than a few months along i suppose... I was about 3 months pregnant with my first before i got a positive...and about 2 months with my second.
It is more likely for you ro get a false negative than a false positive. In other words, if you get a negative on a test, you could still be pregnant, if you get a positive test, you are almost 100% pregnant. Positive pregnancies are rarely wrong.
It's possible but I would check with your Dr as soon as possible.