I would re-test to make sure that you are not pregnant.
Cramping could be a sign of something wrong if you are not pregnant. See your health care provider for an ultrasound.
* I just found out im 6 weeks pregnant, 2 weeks ago till present I've been having mild craps (what i thought were period pains as i was 2 weeks late) and been feeling chronically tired.
I would agree with the above comment you should get another test as it sounds like you're having what im having, a baby
when in doubt, assume you are pregnant. then take a urine pregnancy test, and if that is negative. then you can also check by getting a blood pregnancy test.
It is possible to get a false negative on a at home pregnancy test but it is not common. Go to your doctor and have a blood test done.
A mix of blood and urine on the pregnancy test will dilute the hormone and can make it more difficult to detect. So, yes. It can keep you from getting positive response.
Than you sould talk to your local Docter about this.
Getting a tat is not dangerous for pregnancy.
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no you do not have to take a pregnancy test
It can be. Milky white discharge called leukorrhea is common during pregnancy. You can call your doctor and have them draw blood for a beta hcg. This is the pregnancy hormone and that should tell you if you are pregnant.
not all pregnancy test are right. if i were u i would go to ur doctor.
This may be pregnancy related, especially if you've missed your period. Perform a pregnancy test to be certain. If the test is negative see your doctor for a breast examination.
then you are not pregnant you hear me if you are you are just a sick little girl or meget gal
Yes, you can have a full-term pregnancy after getting pregnant with Mirena.
Sometimes it is everyday vomiting. Sometimes it is weekly.
Some negative effects of teen pregnancy include a higher chance of getting high blood pressure and preeclampsia. Teens also have a higher risk of having premature babies or low-weight babies.
Not getting your period can be caused by a number of things, for example stress, anxiety, illness, tiredness, climate change, travelling, birth control. It is important that you go and see your doctor to check nothing is wrong because it is better safe than sorry.
not really, your either getting your period late, or..... the pregnancy tests are wrong. I would suggest to consult your docter
That many pregnancy tests don't lie. Stop taking the tests and go for walks and eat a balanced diet. Movement during pregnancy comes MUCH later.
EXCESSIVE tiredness and breast tenderness are typically the first signs of pregnancy. Not until your atleast 2 months pregnant do you get nauseous, frequent urination and headaches, and its not until late in pregnancy you get cravings. So you may just be coming down with a cold. I would suggest taking a pregnancy test to be sure.
most people start getting pregnancy symptoms at 2 weeks.
By the time your period is a week late (sometimes sooner) you should be getting positive pregnancy tests. Consistently negative pregnancy tests most likely mean you are not pregnant. See your medical care provider if you have any concerns.
Things can get pretty muddled, you're dealing with all the same organs and hormones with pregnancy and period. Best to just take a pregnancy test. They are very inexpensive and quite accurate early in your pregnancy.
Blood tests would show if you are pregnant. Tiredness can be due to a lot of things. go back to the doctor
It is not common to get a false negative on a pregnancy test but is possible. It is best to go to your doctor in these instances.
that means ur testicle is getting big