Hello. If the blood test you had performed was the Quantitative Beta Hcg then there is no chance you are pregnant. If the blood test was the Qualiative Beta Hcg which gives you a yes or no answer, then there is a small possiblity you may of been tested too early and be pregnant. In this case, you need to repeat the blood test in two weeks. Or alternatively, see your doctor to rule out a hormonal imbalance.
Yes, but that is a small chance.
Yes you can still be pregnant.
if there is any chance that you think that you are pregnant but tests keep showing negative then you should go see a gp asap.
no, especially if there was no penetration
oh yes it is a very good chance it happened to be i also had 3 tests negative and was still pregnant
It is unlikely, but there is always a chance that you could be pregnant. See a doctor or clinic for a blood test. These are more reliable than home pregnancy tests.
yes, you can. If it happens that you are ovulating on or around the day you had unprotected sex there is a strong chance for pregnancy to occur.
There is a small chance that a pregnancy test can result in a false negative. If you feel there is some doubt, take another test. It might also be a good idea to consider seeing a doctor.
there could be a chance that u are pregnant. my best friend took up to 5 pregnancy tests and they all said negative, but she was still having symptoms of being pregnant. so she scheduled a Dr's appt and they confirmed that she was. so i would suggest going to see your Dr.
There could always be a small chance, but your probally not, but its always good to double check.
Most likely you aren't pregnant, but you should go see a doctor about missing two periods. You may need to take some medication to get them going again. It happens in some women. They will probably also give you a pregnancy test.
If you're already pregnant, Nuva Ring will not harm or end the pregnancy. Since it doesn't make sense to use NuvaRing if you're pregnant, it makes sense to take a pregnancy test first.
If you took a pregnancy test after a missed period and it was negative, then you are probably not pregnant. Of course, there is always a chance you're pregnant even if a test came back negative, but it is unlikely. If you want to be absolutely certain, visit your doctor's office and ask them to test for pregnancy with a blood test instead of a urine test. Then you will know for sure.
If you've had unprotected sex or a birth control failure there is always a chance of pregnancy. If you have had a negative home pregnancy test and still suspect that you may be pregnant you should test again and/or see a Dr to be sure.
NO, there's a small, very small, chance that you can still be pregnant if you get your period, however this happens rarely
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!This is very true.
Certainly not. There is no chance of pregnancy as you had your period.
if all tests showed as negative then you should go see your gp about the fact that your periods have stopped.
No there is no chance of pregnancy when you kiss. Kiss does not let the semen exchange between male and female. A proper sexual intercourse is needed to get pregnant.
The probability of pregnancy with no late or missing period and 3 negative tests is very unlikely. I would say 98.5% chance of not being pregnant unless you have concieved in your current cycle.
Yes, you can still be pregnant with a negative reading on a pregnancy test. Factors include incorrect usage of an at-home test, taking the test soon after conception (before the pregnancy hormone has a chance to "register"), and certain drugs used while taking the test that alter the pregnancy hormone. If you are unsure about the results of a pregnancy test wait a few days and take the test again or go to your ob/gyn for a blood test.
There is a slim chance that you could be, however, you should see your gynecologist if you are uncertain. Home pregnancy tests are sometimes not accurate.
The chance of pregnancy following tubal ligation (burning, cutting, clipping, tying) is very small - but since our body's are designed to heal - it occasionally happens. The chance of this happening actually goes up slightly over the years. But it is still very rare. If you think you may be pregnant take a HPT, as the chance of ectopic pregnancy is slightly higher in a pregnancy following tubal ligation.