What if you have a missed period for 2 months lower abdominal pain lower back pain excessive urination and negative pregnancy test what could be wrong?
Could be a problem in the urinary or reproductive tract. See your health care provider for an exam.
Sudden loss of pregnancy symptoms, abdominal pain, back and/or shoulder pain, cramping, bleeding, pregnancy tests going from positive to negative. Read More
Could cramps lower-back-pain burping hiccups nausea headaches dizziness sore breasts and excessive urination all be signs of pregnancy when two days late for your period?
Well I have the same symptoms as you do, without the backpain. I took a pregnancy test 4 days ago and it was negative....I so puzzled! Read More
If i have excessive urination and cramps in my lower stomach and haven't started my period yet should i take a pregnancy test?
Yes take a test if its negative wait a week or so if u still feel the same and have no period go to your doctor and get a blood test to be sure x Read More
Can you be pregnant if you have Abdominal cramps increased milky discharge late period but negative pregnancy test?
Yes you can take a pregnancy test that is negative and still be pregnant. As far as the milky discharge, that may be an infection. Read More
Abdominal and lower back cramps tingly breast period is late and tested negative is this a sign of pregnancy?
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2 negative pregnancy tests having a few pregnancy symptoms along with abdominal movements I am on Mirena and I haven't had a period in almost 2 yrs can I be pregnant?
your not suppose to get your period when your on that Read More
Until you get your period, you couldd still be pregnant, but it could just be too early to test. Wait and take another test. Read More
I really wouldn't like to say either way. In my opinion if it was a negative pregnancy you wouldn't be experiencing any symptoms at all. Buts its very possible the discomfort you have is from the embryo transfer. Please note this is advice only & is not to be used in place of a Medical experts. Read More
There are many reasons why you may've missed your period. Pregnancy is still one of them. Few women must get a quantitive blood pregnancy test preformed by their DR to see if they are pregnant. Most likely, it is due to stress, excessive weight gain/loss, or excessive streneous exercise. I would consult my DR immediately, because if you are pregnant you NEED prenatal care ASAP. Read More
If the pregnancy test was negative, it means that you are not pregnant. Read More
Amoxicillin is a very safe drug and can be taken in pregnancy. It does not have negative effect on pregnancy. Read More
Wait a week and take the test again. If it is still negative but you are having signs of pregnancy or having abdominal pain you can call your doctor. Read More
A phantom pregnancy is when a woman thinks she is pregnant, though all tests are negative and possess all pregnancy symptoms ( swollen/tender breasts, frequent urination, weight gain, nausea, etc.). Basically they full their body into thinking it is pregnant. Some women will have a phantom pregnancy for up to seven months and even admit to feeling the "baby" kick, even though nothing is really there. Read More
No, a negative pregnancy test means the nausea is caused by something besides pregnancy. Read More
No, it can't if it's negative it's negative. It has nothing to do with the penicillin. Medicine can't cause a negative pregnancy test. Read More
No. Benadryl does not cause false negative pregnancy test. Read More
i found out i was pregnant when i was 3 months my pregnancy test came back negative and my hcg level was negative,why is that? Read More
Regardless of bleeding, a pregnancy test will still detect a pregnancy. If u had a positive pregnancy test and now it is negative and you are bleeding, you likely lost the baby. :( Read More
Some women who have an ectopic pregnancy have a negative pregnancy test. The hCG which gives a positive test result, is released from the embryo implanting in the uterus. Read More
The short answer is no. If the pregnancy test is negative, you are not pregnant, and therefore you cannot have an ectopic pregnancy. The long answer is somewhat more complex. There have been case reports in the medical literature of women with demonstrated ectopic pregnancy that had negative urine and even blood pregnancy tests. It is uncertain why this occurred in these circumstances, but it should be noted that this is VERY RARE. For the… Read More
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No, low hCG hormone causes a negative pregnancy test. Read More
BV won't cause a false negative on a pregnancy test. Read More
On a pregnancy test where you get a positive or a negative sign, the positive (plus sign) indicates pregnancy, while the negative indicates non-pregnant. Read More
No, a period and a negative HPT (used at the appropriate time) indicates no pregnancy. Read More
o it will not help in making the pregnancy test negative in anyway. Read More
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No, it says positive. Read More
None to my knowledge, the hormone hCG is the hormone needed for a pregnancy to be viable. A false negative is an indication it is too early to test, otherwise there is no pregnancy. Read More
i took two test it is negtive sign of pregnancy Read More
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. Read More
a negative pregnancy test can be wrong because it could have misditected, a positive pregnany can't be wrong though. Read More
A pap smear does not have a negative effect on pregnancy. It is a normal, safe part of the prenatal care plan. Read More
A pregnancy test can test positive 2 days before you are supposed to have your period however, you will have a low amount of HCG (the hormone the test identifies) at that time and you still may be pregnant even with a negative est. It is best to wait a few days after your missed period and then test with the first urination of the day. Read More
This is known as secondary amenorrhea. It can be caused by many things including, but not limited to, excessive exercise, hormonal imbalance, medications side effect, ovarian disorder, and thyroid disorder... to name few. Read More
The negative pregnancy test is the defining answer, regarding pregnancy - once your period is a week or so late - if you are pregnant, the hCG will be high enough to be detected. Read More
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No , but a negative test can be a false positive . Read More
I have took a pregnancy test n it came back negative but when i wee i get pain in my abdominal area ive also got discharge?
It sounds like you may have an infection. It is not a common symptom to get pain when you pee during pregnancy. It is common to have pain and discharge with an infection. You should go see your doctor, since untreated this can affect your ability to conceive later. Read More
No. A pregnancy test measures the amount of hCG in your blood/urine. hCG is the hormone which sustains your pregnancy. Read More
UTIs do not affect the accuracy of pregnancy tests. Read More
UTI does not affect the accuracy of pregnancy tests. Read More
You have all the pregnancy symptoms nausea lightheaded frequent urination nausea you are not due for your period for another week All HPTs you take say negative as you expected Could you be prego?
it's rare to have those symptoms until a couple months into the pregnancy. most HPTs aren't accurate until after the day you're supposed to get your period. but if you've had unprotected sex recently, of course you COULD be. Read More
You may be pregnant but took the test too early or its a false negative. A blood type is most accurate. Read More
Yes as they are negative you can conclude, the test is negative and nothing to worry. Read More
What should i do if i have 3 positives pregnancy test and one negative blood test and one negative urine test I'm confused someone please help me?
There is many reasons for different results in a pregnancy test. One possible reason is that the negative test resulted due to inaccurate application. For example, some things that cause a false negative test are drinking large quanities of water and frequent urination. The reason for this is that the pregnancy test measures the presence of the hormone, hCG in your urine. If you are overhydrated or eliminating frequently that may cause the amount of… Read More
No, if you're having a miscarriage, the pregnancy test will still be positive as you're passing the pregnancy. Read More
The gallbladder has no effect on hormones of pregnancy. Gallstones will not affect a pregnancy test. Read More